At times, family conflicts can lead to alienation between family members. If you are being barred from making contact with your grandchildren, contact our law firm to learn your rights and options. In Colorado, grandparents do not have automatic visitation rights, but they can be granted visitation rights in limited circumstances.
In Colorado, grandparents can petition for visitation or custody rights in the following circumstances:
If the child’s parents are married and alive, it can be difficult to seek approval for visitation. While the courts would like to see children to have contact with extended families, the decision is eventually left up to the parents in most cases. At The Garling Law Firm, LLC, we understand the importance of maintaining that special bond between a grandparent and a grandchild. We can help you fight for access and present a convincing case that shows your visitation is in the child’s best interests.
If you have questions about whether you are able to seek visitation or custody of your grandchildren at this time, feel free to contact us. We can discuss your family’s issues and find a way to help you seek access to your grandchildren. Our law firm has more than 18 years of experience guiding families through the intricate court system and helping them resolve complex issues. We strive for exceptional service and solution-oriented representation so you can move forward with peace of mind.
Contact our office at (720) 548-1816.