About Grandparent's Rights

Divorce Lawyer in Santa Clarita

As the biological grandparent of a child then you may have rights to visitation and even custody in some scenarios. If the biological parents of your grandchild are facing divorce and the situation turns hostile, then in some cases you may be able to gain temporary custody while the situation is resolved. If both parents were placed in prison or if they were to die then you also may have rights to custody of your grandchildren.

Seeking to enforce your rights as a grandparent?

If you are seeking to obtain custody of your grandchildren for their protection or to prevent them from becoming foster children then do not hesitate to contact a Santa Clarita divorce attorney from Martinelli Law Group. We will be able to fight for your rights in court if you choose to work with us in addition to answering your questions regarding your situation, discussing your options and advising you as to the best legal action for you to take.

At Martinelli Law Group we are dedicated to the exuberant representation of our clients. We strive to meet your needs and we will fight to see that you achieve your goals and desires in your case. If you choose to work with our firm then you will not be just another case, you will receive extensive one-on-one personal service in order for us to better understand your needs and desires as they pertain to your specific case. Once we have comprehensively covered your case, then we will tailor our litigation strategy to specifically meet your needs and to maximize your chances of a favorable outcome of your case in court. Do not hesitate to retain the legal services from our Santa Clarita divorce attorneys.

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Santa Clarita Divorce Attorney
28422 Constellation Road, Suite 208
Valencia, CA 91355
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