Grandparents’ Rights Lawyer in Marietta

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You deserve to be represented by a Marietta Grandparents’ Rights attorney who is wholeheartedly committed to protecting your rights and interests as a grandparent. Choose to work with The Herrin Law Firm, P.C. today!

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At The Herrin Law Firm, P.C., located in Marietta, our family law Attorney Parisa N. Herrin provides experienced representation for grandparents who wish to assert their rights. If you are concerned about the safety of your grandchild, it is important that you talk with a lawyer as soon as possible about issues of child custody, visitation rights and what options you have to protect your interests.

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Georgia Grandparents' RightsWhen parents divorce, it is usually up to the courts to determine issues of custody and parenting time or visitation rights. Unfortunately, the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren is often overlooked and grandparents' rights may be left out of the equation. When both parents are unfit or it is not in the best interests of the children to be with their parents, grandparents may be able to get custody of those children.

There are many circumstances where it may be possible for grandparents
to assert their legal rights, including:

  • When the parents of a grandchild are divorcing or separating
  • When the parent of a grandchild has died
  • If the grandchild has lived with the grandparent
  • If the grandparents have acted as primary caregivers for the child
  • In situations where the parents are abusive and/or neglectful

Like in most custody cases, the most important factor for cases involving grandparents' rights is the best interests of the children involved. The courts will always look to this when making decisions about their futures.

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For more information about grandparents' rights in Marietta, and to speak with Attorney Parisa N. Herrin, contact us at The Herrin Law Firm, P.C., and schedule a free initial consultation. Call our Marietta office to make an appointment at your convenience. Initial consultations are always discrete and of no-risk or obligation to you.