Grandparents’ Custody Rights in Texas

Austin Visitation Rights Attorneys

Sometimes situations arise when both parents are unable or unwilling to care for their children. In these cases, the grandparents or others may end up stepping in to care for and raise the children themselves. There are special considerations a grandparent raising a grandchild must be aware of, as well as certain court orders and other legal steps you should take to protect the interests of you and the children. The law is complex in these matters, but our family law team of attorneys has the experience and knowledge necessary to advocate for you.

How a Grandparent Can File for Visitation

Grandparents can either file for conservatorship or for visitation privileges. Either way, the decision of the court hinges on whether or not the grandparents can prove it is in the child's best interest, among other factors set out in the Texas Family Code.

Helping You Present Your Case

Texas is often considered a difficult state for grandparents or others seeking custody or visitation. In order to achieve your end goal, and to receive the best advice regarding potential success, it is essential to building a strong case showing why the children and their future would benefit. Our lawyers have over three decades of experience doing just that.

Our experience is only matched by our compassion.Get help from our attorneys in Austin, Travis, and Williamson when you call (512) 668-7133.

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Safeguarding the Best Interests of You & Your Family

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