What Rights Do Grandparents Have?

At Koiles Pratt Family Law Group, we often receive calls from grandparents who wish to assert or obtain visitation rights with their grandchildren. Generally speaking, a grandparent must have permission from a parent who has legal custody of the child to visit that child.

Our firm represents grandparents who are seeking visitation time with their grandchildren, as well as parents who wish to limit visitation time or prevent grandparents from obtaining legal visitation rights. We understand the legal aspects of the issues these cases present and how to frame arguments for consideration by the court. Our firm will work diligently to protect your rights.

Experienced In All Matters Involving Children

The founder and principal of our firm, Jennifer Koiles Pratt, has represented clients in all types of family law matters for decades. Jennifer and the other lawyers at the firm are strong advocates in all  matters involving children, including grandparents' rights and child custody.

After thoroughly reviewing the issues in your case and providing you with a realistic understanding of your options, Koiles Pratt Family Law Group will aggressively seek your rights to visitation.

Contact An Attorney

For a case assessment about grandparents' rights in the Greater Boston area, contact Koiles Pratt Family Law Group via email or call 978-744-7774.