Grandparents’ Rights Lawyer in Philadelphia
When a child’s parents separate or divorce, it is not only the child and parents who are affected. Often, other relatives such as grandparents, aunts and uncles also lose something. In these instances, it is not always in the best interests of the child to lose such relationships with important relatives and other third parties.
At the Law Office of Smith & Horwitz, our Philadelphia grandparents’ rights lawyers understand that the guiding principle in all matters of child custody is assumed to be the best interests of the children.
Practical, Realistic, Long-Term Custody Solutions
Often, child custody solutions involve grandparents or other third parties who seek partial or full custody. Caring adults who provide stability to children whose parents are unavailable or unable to care for them are often awarded full custody, allowing them to care for all the children’s needs more fully with full legal authority.
Learn about third-party custody rights and support obligations for same-sex couples, grandparents, and others who are not birth parents in Pennsylvania. Explore options available to your family with the guidance of experienced family law attorneys who champion the rights of children.
If you would like to understand your grandparents’ rights to custody or visitation with your grandchild, contact our family law firm to schedule your initial consultation. We serve residents of Montgomery County and the surrounding areas.
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"I had Adam represent me as my attorney and his expertise in this field showed. He helped me go through a messy custody battle and the results of what was best for the well being of my child."- Lanei Burke
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