Parents are not the only ones with rights to custody and visitation when they obtain a divorce. Oftentimes, grandparents lose their right to visit a child when a bitter parent is granted custody by the court. If you are a grandparent in this situation, a Dallas family lawyer from our firm can help you take your case to court and obtain the right to remain a part of your grandchild's life.
Under Texas Family Code § 153.432, Suit for Possession or Access by Grandparent, a grandparent can file a new lawsuit or a suit for modification so that they can received a court order that grants them access to their grandchild or grandchildren.
There are certain criteria that must be met in order for a grandparent to file suit for possession of or access to their grandchild. The grandparent must overcome the presumption that the parent is acting in the best interests of the child; this means that you must prove that you having possession or access is in the child's best interests.
You can also request possession or access if you can prove that the parent is incapable of caring for the child due to incarceration, death, or court-decided incompetence. O’Neil Wysocki P.C. can help you build a strong case and file suit to gain possession of or access to your grandchild or grandchildren.
Waiting to hire a skilled lawyer to represent you can only damage your chances of success. Speak with our attorneys at O’Neil Wysocki P.C. today to learn how we can help you get the results that you need. Our team has more than 65 years of experience and is led by two board-certified family law specialists certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. We are more than qualified to answer your questions and handle your family law matter. Contact O’Neil Wysocki P.C. today to get started!
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