The immediate family may not be the only ones impacted by an ugly divorce; extended family members can also feel some of these effects. Grandparents are often one of the most forgotten about groups when it comes to their wishes to continue to see their family members. In some cases, they can have their rights to visitation with their loved ones denied unjustly by a spiteful parent or for selfish reasons.
If you are a grandparent looking to secure your rights to visitation with your grandchildren, Bilodeau Capalbo, LLC may be able to help. Our Rhode Island family attorneys have extensive legal experience in the field of family law, and offer individually tailored legal solutions to your needs, including legally securing visitation rights. We have over 35 years of combined experience putting the law on the side of our clients, and pride ourselves on providing the highest levels of discretion, client service, and attention to detail.
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The law regarding grandparents’ visitation rights is designed to allow those who have been unjustly denied their visitation when it would have beneficial effects on their child to obtain legally-ordered time. However, at the same time it is designed to allow parents to maintain the primary responsibility for decisions regarding their children.
Demonstrating these things to the court can be a difficult task to undertake on your own; retaining a qualified Rhode Island divorce lawyer who can provide you with reputable legal counsel is strongly advised.
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