While parents have rights that are often paramount to all other third parties, there are situations where others, i.e. grandparents, relatives, etc., are entitled to certain visitation rights over the parents’ objections. Our laws provide an avenue for such individuals to seek relief from the court; however, it can be incredibly difficult to determine whether one has any rights to seek such relief under the statute. Moreover, our courts often interpret the law in different ways, which makes determining one’s rights an incredibly arduous and time-consuming task.
Attorney Raymond has represented parents in opposition to third-party visitation petitions and advised third parties seeking visitation. Call us today to determine what your rights are.