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Compassionate Grandparent Visitation Lawyers Offer You Legal Guidance

Giving grandparents a legal voice in Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties

We recognize the importance of grandparents in the lives of their grandchildren, so we zealously represent grandparents who wish to obtain visitation rights. When you choose the law firm of Platt, DiGiorgio & DiFabio, you gain a formidable team of grandparent visitation lawyers who have extensive experience handling all aspects of family law — from divorce to child custody. We have a deep understanding of the law and how it affects grandparents, and we work hard to assist you in obtaining the ability to visit your grandchildren.

Caring attorneys representing grandparents throughout PA

Under certain circumstances, Pennsylvania law recognizes the rights of grandparents to seek visitation rights so they can remain in contact with their grandchildren. When working out if to allocate such privileges, the court always considers the best interests of the child or children. Also the court considers the amount of personal contact the child had with his or her grandparents prior to an application for visitation.

The court may be more likely to grant visitation rights to grandparents under the following circumstances:

  • A parent has passed away. If either parent is deceased, the court acknowledges the importance of the child/grandparent relationship.
  • Separated parents. In cases in which parents have never married, are married but have been separated for more than six months, or are divorced, visitation rights may be granted. For more information, contact an experienced team of Paoli family lawyers.
  • Grandchildren lived with grandparents. If your grandchildren have resided with you for more than 12 months and were removed from your home, your petition for visitation rights may be successful.

Obtaining custody of minor grandchildren

The court focuses on doing what is best for children. If the court determines that the child’s welfare is endangered under the custody and care of his or her parents, it may award custody to grandparents. A skilled lawyer serving Chester, Delaware and Montgomery County can help you sue for primary custody of your minor grandchildren if you believe that they are in danger because of neglect, parental abuse or drug or alcohol abuse while living with their parents.

Contact our experienced grandparents’ rights attorneys in PA

At Platt, DiGiorgio & DiFabio, our lawyers uphold the rights of grandparents in Pennsylvania. Our dedicated attorneys promptly review your case and offer sound advice on what to do next. To speak to one of our experienced lawyers, call us at 267-388-1599 or contact us online.