Grandparents’ visitation rights are emotional and sensitive issues. Frequently, Grandparents are more financially stable and have greater time to spend with their grandchildren than the parents. It is common for Grandparents to seek custody of their grandchildren in cases where the grandchildren have been removed from their parents’ care and custody by the local Department of Social Services in cases involving child abuse and neglect.
New York State allows visitation for Grandparents when there is a pre-existing relationship with the grandchildren and when it is in the best interest of the children to have visitation with the Grandparents.
If you believe your right to maintain a relationship with your grandchildren are being denied, contact Koslosky & Koslosky for a case evaluation. We understand the value and importance for Grandparents to know their grandchildren, and equally realize the importance for grandchildren to know and remember their Grandparents. We have the skills required to help you secure and enforce your Grandparent visitation rights.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment, contact us at either: (315) 724-5477 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All inquiries are Confidential.