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Grandparents' Rights Attorney in Massachusetts

Salem, Massachusetts Family Law Lawyer

As a grandparent, you should be allowed to spend time with your grandchildren. You should be allowed to have a relationship with your grandchildren. This can become a very difficult and messy situation in the case of divorce — a fact you may already be all too familiar with. As a Salem divorce lawyer, I understand how divorce can affect grandparents, and I am here to help you. If you are being separated from your grandchildren due to the divorce of your child, I can fight for your right to keep a relationship with your grandchildren.

Do I need to establish paternity in order to protect my visitation rights as a grandparent?

No. The establishment of paternity is not required in order for grandparents to obtain visitation rights in the state of Massachusetts. As in the case of custody, the child's best interests will be considered when establishing grandparent visitation rights. If the parents of the child choose to divorce and you are the maternal grandparents, your grandparent's rights will end in the case of adoption of your grandchild. Call KRP Law, LLC to learn more about the laws affecting grandparents' rights in this state.

Retaining Legal Counsel in Salem, MA

It is vitally important to the success of your case that you retain skillful legal counsel. A good lawyer will be able to aggressively represent your case and defend your rights in court. As a grandparent seeking visitation rights with your grandchildren, you could face a long and difficult process to obtain these rights depending on the specifics of your circumstances. Without legal representation you could be denied visitation rights. Having a proven legal representative on your side will greatly increase your chances of obtaining the rights that you desire.


Contact the Salem divorce attorney at KRP Law, LLC for tough legal representation when it matters most.



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