Grandparents' Rights

California has very specific rules about grandparents and visitation rights with grandchildren. On your own, it can be difficult to handle legal issues and to reach an outcome that is in your best interests. If you are a grandparent seeking visitation and want to know about your rights, consult with an experienced attorney at the Law Offices of Victoria S. Linder, PC,.

At our California law firm, we represent grandparents throughout the Central Valley and Northern California in family law matters, including adoption and grandparents' rights issues. Our principal attorney, Victoria Linder, is a family law specialist and certified by the State Bar of California's Board of Legal Specialization. She is recognized throughout the area for her legal services and committed to helping her clients.

As A Grandparent, Can I Bring An Action For Visitation?

In short, grandparents may have the right to bring an action for visitation to see grandchildren if they are not being allowed by the children's parent. There are certain criteria that must be met, and our Sacramento grandparents' rights attorneys will ask detailed questions about your situation to determine if you can bring an action.

In certain circumstances, grandparents cannot simply be excluded because the custodial parent does not want the children to see the parents of his or her ex. This is where our attorneys step in, to help you through the legal process and determine what your rights are. In addition to visitation actions, we handle grandparent adoptions and related issues.

Lawyers Serving Sacramento County, Placer County And Beyond

Please contact the Law Offices of Victoria S. Linder, PC, to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your adoption or grandparents' rights issue. Call 916-905-4805 or contact us online. We have an office conveniently located in Sacramento, and are available to schedule appointments at either location.