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The Law Firm of Attorney Robert M. Baskin has been helping clients resolve their Grandparents’ Rights disputes in and around Ventura for more than 40 years. If you are a grandparent who wants to establish visitation rights or custody of your grandchildren, or are a parent seeking experienced legal counsel to fight a Grandparents’ Rights action, a seasoned lawyer from our firm can help you.
An attorney from the Ventura Law Office of Robert Baskin will meet with you and determine whether you have standing to seek and establish visitation rights or custody of your grandchildren, or if your child’s grandparent has a legitimate chance of establishing Grandparents’ Rights.
Contact a knowledgeable Ventura Grandparents’ Rights Lawyer today by calling (805) 658-
The law concerning Grandparents’ Rights is constantly changing. If your grandchildren’s parents are divorcing and you fear you will no longer be allowed contact with your grandchildren, or circumstances are such that you fear for your grandchildren’s safety and wish to seek custody, contact us today.
Whether you are seeking to establish these rights or want to continue to assert your authority as your child’s primary caretaker and determine who your child is allowed to spend time with, it is essential that you retain an experienced Ventura Grandparents’ Rights Lawyer. These cases are extremely complicated, and failure to retain legal counsel may have long-
Grandparents’ rights are not automatic. Under current California law, grandparents may obtain visitation rights with their grandchildren if the Family Law Court Judge determines that the grandparents have a preexisting relationship with the children and granting visitation would be in the children’s best interests. However, the Court must balance the best interests of the children against their parents’ authority.
Additionally, the Court will only consider granting visitation rights (or custody) to grandparents if one or more of the following circumstances exist:
The children’s parents have divorced or separated indefinitely;
One of the parents’ whereabouts are unknown and have been for at least one month;
One parent joins in the petition with the grandparent seeking visitation rights;
The children no longer reside with either parent;
The child has been adopted by a stepparent.
If a change in circumstances occurs that would warrant modifying an order that grants the grandparents visitation or custody, the Court may revisit the issue at a later time.
If you have any questions about Grandparents’ Rights issues, please contact the Law Office of Ventura Grandparents’ Rights Attorney Robert M. Baskin at (805) 658-
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