Do Grandparents Have Rights to Adopt Grandchildren in Texas?
Our Lewisville Grandparent Adoption Lawyers Explain Reasons Grandparents Can File for Custody
Divorce is difficult for everyone involved, including grandparents and relatives. However, Texas child custody laws do allow grandparents to have access to or even take over conservatorship of their grandchild(ren) through grandparent adoption. These custody laws may also apply to other relatives and, in some circumstances, even non-relatives who have recognized interests in the children and their well being.
Our grandparent adoption lawyers have extensive experience with and knowledge of upholding grandparents rights and related custody laws in Texas. When you call our firm, we can provide free legal advice over the phone. Alternatively, we can schedule an in-person review so that you can learn more about what rights grandparents have in grandparent custody and conservatorship cases. Attorney Jared Julian is a certified mediator and is also Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. As a result, he has an interest in finding cost-effective resolutions to child custody, divorce and other family law disputes.
Get the information you need to make an informed decision on this serious issue. Located in Lewisville, our firm serves residents across North Texas, including Denton, Grapevine, Addison and around Dallas. Call Jared today to help you understand the process of grandparent adoption and how we can help.
What are Grandparents Custody Rights in Texas?
Grandparents have the legal right to see their grandchildren and to ensure they receive proper care. If a grandparent feels that the rights of a child are being denied, or that the grandchild or grandchildren are in a harmful environment, then grandparents may be able to get custody of the grandchildren.
Grandparents may also be able to petition to the court to uphold their visitation rights if they feel they are not being allowed to see their grandchildren. In more serious circumstances, grandparents or relatives can petition for managing conservatorship of the child or children.
Still, despite significant evidence that the involvement of grandparents in the lives of grandchildren is overwhelmingly beneficial, Texas child custody laws can be confusing and restrictive to grandparents fighting for custody of their grandchildren. Call or submit an online review form to our child custody lawyers today. We can help you better understand Texas custody laws and we will fight for your rights as a grandparent.
Our Lewisville Child Custody Lawyers Can Help You with Grandparent Adoption
Grandparents’ rights to child custody is an area of family law that changes frequently. For the most up-to-date information, schedule a free face-to-face consultation with one of our grandparent adoption lawyers. Call (972) 459-4400 or contact us online.
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