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Grandparents’ Rights In Family Law Matters

The bond between grandparents and their grandchildren is undeniable, and one that is very important to a child’s development and sense of family history. If the relationship between the parents begins to deteriorate, however, the children’s relationship with their grandparents can frequently suffer as a result.

In Pennsylvania, if parents divorce, the grandparents have the right to petition the court for visitation rights with their grandchildren if they have not been included in the divorce agreement. These can sometimes be very complex and contentious matters in the event of a high-conflict divorce. From our offices in Harrisburg, the lawyers at the law firm of Lavery Law protect the rights of grandparents throughout central Pennsylvania.

Helping Grandparents Seeking Custody Of Grandchildren

Our attorneys also represent grandparents who wish to pursue custody of their grandchildren. We have experience handling cases involving child abuse or neglect, drug use, parents being incarcerated and other issues. We have also represented parents in these matters who are fighting to keep their children.

In every case, the law is concerned with doing what is in the best interests of the child. We will work with you to understand your concerns and your goals. We will build the most compelling possible case to support your position and fight aggressively to reach the most favorable outcome available.

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Contact our office today to discuss your case with an attorney. Our regular office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. You can reach us by phone at 717.233.6633 or via email. We accept Visa and Mastercard for your convenience.