Becoming a grandparent can completely change a person's outlook on life. These little bundles of joy can make even the roughest and toughest personality soft and loving. Grandparents often go out of their way, bending over backward, to spoil their grandchildren rotten, and along the way, they create a strong and lasting bond. Unfortunately, there are circumstances that may cause these relationships to become fractured.
An unexpected death in the family, or a divorce, are two of the top reasons responsible for straining these relationships. Often, the children of these families have to relocate with the parent that was granted custody, and eventually, the visitations may only start to take place during holidays. They may even stop altogether in an attempt to hurt the other parent. If you are a grandparent experiencing these types of problems, our firm is prepared to listen, guide, and set up a plan that serves the best interests of your grandchild.