Gardner Smith & Hill LLP

Grandparent Rights Attorneys in Fort Worth, TX

Grandparents can play a vital role in their grandchildren’s lives. When the child’s core family unit breaks down, the grandparent’s role can suddenly be cast into doubt. Grandparents can seek visitation and even custody of their grandchildren in certain limited cases.

The Fort Worth grandparents rights attorneys at Gardner, Smith & Hill have over 175+ years of combined experience in nearly every area of family law. Texas law generally favors parental control and decision making for their children, but grandparents may be able to seek full custody or visitation if a parent has been abusive, experienced drug problems, or relinquished their child to that grandparent.

If you believe it is in your grandchildren’s best interest to seek visitation or child custody rights please speak to one of our grandparents rights attorneys at Gradner Smith & Hill Law Firm in Fort Worth, Texas. We service Tarrant County and will work to help you better understand your options.

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OVERVIEW OF OUR GRANDPARENTS RIGHTS ATTORNEY SERVICES

There are many circumstances in which grandparents can seek the right for custody or visitation of their grandchildren. Here are some of the situations where our Fort Worth grandparent rights attorneys can help.

  • Grandparent Custody & Visitation Rights
  • When The Child’s Parents Have Died
  • Child’s Parent Has Been Jailed
  • Child’s Parents Have Divorced
  • Child’s Parents Are Found Incompetent
  • Child Abuse and/or Neglected By Their Parents
  • A Court Order Severing The Parent/Child Relationship
  • Child Has Lived With Grandparents for 6+ Months

OVERVIEW OF OUR GRANDPARENTS RIGHTS ATTORNEY SERVICES

There are many circumstances in which grandparents can seek the right for custody or visitation of their grandchildren. Here are some of the situations where our Fort Worth grandparent rights attorneys can help.

  • Grandparent Custody & Visitation Rights
  • When The Child’s Parents Have Died
  • Child’s Parent Has Been Jailed
  • Child’s Parents Have Divorced
  • Child’s Parents Are Found Incompetent
  • Child Abuse and/or Neglected By Their Parents
  • A Court Order Severing The Parent/Child Relationship
  • Child Has Lived With Grandparents for 6+ Months