Grandparents' Rights in Colorado
Grandparents' Rights Attorneys in Denver
Grandparents are often caught in the midst of difficult divorce proceedings and may experience uncertainty about the time they will be permitted to spend with their grandchildren going forward. Grandparents can find it difficult to learn their rights regarding their grandchildren and assert those rights. A Colorado divorce attorney can help you learn about your right to intervene in the legal proceedings involving your grandchildren.
Can I Request Visitation of My Grandchildren?
Under Colorado law §19-1-117, grandparents can request visitation of their grandchildren if:
- The child's parents are divorced or separated, or have had their marriage annulled.
- The child is in the custody of someone other than a parent
- One of the child's parents has passed away
Upon requesting visitation, the court will review your case and determine whether to grant visitation or custody rights to you. Our team can review your case and advocate on your behalf to protect your relationship with your grandchildren.
Grandparents' Rights Lawyers Serving Denver
Feldmann Nagel Cantafio PLLC prides itself on its ability to provide effective and high-quality service to our clients. We have earned our reputation through years of striving for excellent results. Please contact us so you can better understand your rights, including how they relate to visitation and your grandchildren’s future.
We handle every case uniquely because each family experiences a unique set of circumstances. We understand how important maintaining relationships with grandchildren is to grandparents.
Preserve your rights and the well-being of your grandchildren. Speak with an attorney from our firm today!