Legal Advice for Visitation Rights — 38 results
Written by Avvo Staff, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
A divorces far-reaching consequences often extend beyond the immediate family. A childs family ties with relatives can be severed if the custodial parent chooses to move away, especially... more
Written by attorney John Zinda, over 2 years ago.
Visitation is described as possession and access. The person who gets visitation is the one who does not have primary access of the child. When it comes to visitation, things can quickly... more
Written by attorney Irena Shiloh, 10 months ago.
Grandparents have standing to seek custody of minor children under certain circumstances. This guideline explains the statutory requirements for grandparents' rights to pursue custody or... more
Written by attorney Jordan Gerber, almost 2 years ago.
In ourlast post, the discussion turned to child visitation rights regarding the interest of grandparents. Stemming from this, ones attention naturally turns towards other key figures in a... more
Written by attorney John M Eccles, almost 2 years ago.
With the Decision rendered by the United States Supreme Court in Troxel v. Granville, the process to obtain visitation rights if you are not a parent of a child has become increasingly... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, about 2 years ago.
Within the past decade or two, there have been dramatic changes to what was once a very traditional relationship between grandparents and their grandchild(ren). The ever increasing divorce... more
Written by attorney Matthew Slack, almost 3 years ago.
Matthew SlackSoler and Slack, P.A.solerslacklaw.com
Drug crimes, often referred to as narcotics offenses or controlled substance charges, are the most prevalent crimes committed in Florida.... more
Written by attorney Anthony Zezima, almost 3 years ago.
The rights of grandparents in the state of Georgia have been through some changes recently. First, limited by the appellate courts, and recently aided by the legislature, it is important... more
Written by attorney Roberta Roberts, about 3 years ago.
I get calls about grandparent visitation on a regular basis. The call usually starts like this: "Another attorney told me there are NO grandparent visitation rights in Ohio, can that... more
Written by attorney James Miller, over 3 years ago.
Family Code 3103, http://law.onecle.com/california/family/3103.html, speaks of grandparents visitation rights. The code states that the courts may give grandparents reasonable visitation if... more