Grandparents' Rights And Visitation In Florida

From a legal standpoint, most states are unsure how to handle the extended family in a divorce. In many instances, a state will only recognize a grandparent's rights as a concept without actually having any legislation on the books. In Florida, it is wise to seek the representation of a skilled family law attorney to answer your questions.

While there might not technically be a grandparents' rights attorney, at Tampa Bay Legal Center, P.A., we are comfortable handling even the most complex family law cases. With more than 20 years of experience, we have gained a detailed understanding of family law concepts and can guide our clients through an often lengthy legal process. When your rights are being challenged, you need strong representation on your side.

Do I Have Visitation Rights As A Grandparent?

Most mental health professionals agree that a healthy upbringing typically involves exposure to not only both the parents, but the grandparents also. Unfortunately, the law does not provide many rights to grandparents seeking to continue building a relationship with their grandchildren after divorce.

If you are currently enjoying regular visits with your grandchildren and would like to see those continue after divorce, it is crucial that you work with a legal professional. From our office in Brandon, we are prepared to help clients in communities throughout Florida facing these challenging times.

Schedule A Consultation At Tampa Bay Legal Center, P.A.

If you have further questions regarding grandparents' rights or other family law matters, schedule a consultation with a lawyer at Tampa Bay Legal Center, P.A. We can be reached at 813-515-2087 or by completing our convenient online contact form.