Grandparent’s Custody Rights in MN
Quite frequently during divorce and custody cases, a child’s grandparents are forgotten, and their role and right to visitation and upbringing. This can be complicated due to the fact that without legal directives, a parent has no obligation to allow grandparents visitation rights. Now, what is in the best interest of the child is of the utmost importance and sometimes this can mean that grandparents should play a more prominent role in a child’s life. And because of changing family dynamics and that there can be upheaval in a parent’s life, children are better off in the care of a relative such as a grandparent. At Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, we can help draft the appropriate paperwork so that the child’s needs are met. We can help you to determine whether your family situation merits an adoption proceeding, a custody battle or simply a temporary agreement until something more permanent is agreed upon.
If you feel that your grandchild is not having their best interests served, contact Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn today. Every situation is different, but what is the same is what is best for the child. We will help you determine the best course of action and then move forward with the appropriate process.