Grandparent Visitation Cases in New Jersey
Discuss Your Rights With a Hackensack Family Law Lawyer
In many divorce cases, a parent is given sole custody of the child based on the best interests of the child involved. There are situations where parents are able to come to an agreement regarding custody and visitation, however, when this is not possible, the judge will make a decision based on the best interests of the child involved. In cases where sole custody is granted, there may be siblings and grandparents who are left without rights to visitation. If you are in this situation, then you may greatly benefit from the assistance of a representative from Moskowitz Law Group, LLC. Request a free consultation online by calling (201) 419-6223 today!
As our client, you may expect the following benefits:
- Competitive legal fees
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How Are Visitation Rights Granted?
Pursuing visitation rights can be a difficult process. If you have not been granted visitation rights by the court, then you will need to apply for them. When applying to obtain legal visitation rights with your sibling, or your grandchild, it is important to understand the factors that will be considered in your case. Ultimately, visitation will be granted based on the best interests of the child involved. If the court believes visitation to be in the best interests of the child involved, then you may be granted rights.
It is important that you have skilled representation on your side to pursue the results that you need. Speak to one of our Bergen County divorce attorneys as soon as you can. Our team can make sure that your rights are protected throughout the duration of the case.
Moskowitz Law Group, LLC: Putting Your Family First
At Moskowitz Law Group, LLC, we understand your desires and the severity of the situation that you face. Our New Jersey family law attorneys have helped numerous individuals through this process in the past, and you can be sure that we will work with you toward the results that you need. We have more than 50 years of combined experience in exclusively practicing divorce and family law, and we can put this experience to work for you. Results May Vary Depending On Your Particular Facts and Legal Circumstances.
Contact our office today to discuss your situation with a Bergen County divorce lawyer and to learn more about how we can help you.