Pennsylvania laws now provide grandparents with the right to seek visitation, partial custody, and full legal and physical custody in specific situations. Whether you are a grandparent pursuing those rights or a parent challenging these rights, the attorneys at Scaringi Law have the experience and dedication you need. We can help you each step of the way, advocating for your rights and the best interests of the child.
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- Experience — As a full-service law firm, our team brings decades of collective experience to your case, equipped with proven, extensive insight into family law and the many other legal fields with which it intersects.
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Call (717) 775-7195 for a consultation with a lawyer about grandparents' rights.
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In most circumstances, it is in the child's best interest to have continued and regular contact and interaction with the child's grandparents. Grandparents can provide the kind of care and support, infused with wisdom and experience, which a grandchild needs. When grandparents' rights are granted, they are usually granted in the form of visitation or partial custody.
- Circumstances that may influence a grandparent to seek visitation or custody of their grandchild include:
- Parents' divorce or separation
- Chemical dependency of a parent
- Disease, mental illness, or death of a parent
- Incarceration of a parent
- Abuse or neglect by a parent
- Prior agreement between parent and grandparents
Contact Scaringi Law at (717) 775-7195 for a consultation and help to navigate a difficult legal situation.