Grandparent Visitation

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Grandparent Visitation

Grandparents are often a major force in a child’s life. In many cases, they may help raise the child or otherwise improve the quality of their life. However, there are times when the child’s parents may not want the grandparents to visit, or when visitation is complicated. Maybe the parents are separated. Or, perhaps the parents are estranged from the grandparents and so don’t wish for them to visit their child.

When you want to preserve your relationship with your grandchild, you need a lawyer to help defend your visitation rights. Most states—including Arkansas—have laws to help protect a grandparent’s rights to spend time with their grandchild. Depending on the situation, these may be restrictive—only available upon divorce, death, or similar circumstances—or permissive. You can get visitation rights if it’s in the best interest of the child.

When you need an experienced lawyer to defend your grandparent visitation rights, call Mountain View Law. Attorney Tony Thurman will speak to you and gather as much information about your situation as he can. Then, he will build a case on your behalf to convince the court to protect your rights. With his help, you can retain your relationship with your grandchild. His services are available to the following areas:

  • Mountain View, AR
  • Stone County, AR
  • Fulton County, AR
  • Independence County, AR
  • Cleburne County, AR
  • Sharp County, AR
  • Baxter County, AR
  • Van Buren County, AR

When you need your visitation rights defended, Attorney Thurman is there to help. So, call Mountain View Law today and receive your free consultation.

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