Grandparent Visitation

HLAW_Family_LAW39Unfortunately when couples get divorced, everyone that is involved in their life can be affected when it comes to child custody and visitation.  Many grandparents are very active in the raising and support of their grandchildren.  When the parents get divorced access to the grandchildren can suddenly change.  Worse yet, if tensions between the divorced parents continue after the divorce is final, many grandparents find their relationships with the grandchildren cut-off or severely limited.

Grandparents Do Have Rights

Missouri courts do recognize the rights of grandparents to have a continuing relationship with their grandchildren.  Often the grandparent rights recognized by Missouri courts are very limited and it can be an uphill battle getting, and enforcing these rights.  Our experienced grandparent rights attorneys can advise you on your options to protect your visitation rights with your grandchildren.

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