Virginia Best Interest Child Award Visitation Rights Maternal Grandparents Lawyers Attorneys
Record supported the trial court’s judgment that it was in the best interests of a child to award visitation rights to his maternal grandparents, even though the child’s mother objected to that award.
Grandparents in Virginia must to prove that the visits they seek are in the best interest of the grandchild. This generally means grandparents in Virginia must show that their visits won’t be harmful in any way, and that they aren’t abusive or otherwise dangerous to the child.
Grandparent’s rights cases in Virginia are complex cases. The ability of a grandparent to exercise their rights in regards to visitation & custody of a grandchild are determined greatly by the state the grandchild resides in and the case law that exists in each state.
If you need help with a grandparents rights case in Virginia, please call the Virginia grandparents rights attorneys of the SRIS Law Group, P.C.
Our grandparents’ rights lawyers have helped numerous grandparents have visitation with their grandchildren and in some cases even obtain custody of a grandchild in Virginia.