Texas Divorce, Child Custody Lawyer Who Fights For Grandparent Rights
More grandparents are raising their grandchildren than any other time in our nation's history. If you are considering becoming a foster parent or requesting temporary conservatorship over your grandchildren, the Bertolino Law Firm can help you establish the needed relationships with the relevant local and state agencies and work with you to complete the licensing procedures. While you may have thought your days of caring for children were behind you, we know that you are willing to assume this responsibility for the sake of your grandkids. We know how critical our role is for you and our grandchildren. We pledge to work tirelessly for you and help guide you through this process.
Current laws at the federal and state level do not afford many definitive rights for grandparents. As your experienced family law attorney, a legal professional with our firm can offer sound advice about all your child custody and visitation options. A lawyer at the Bertolino Law Firm is ready to help you protect your grandchildren and maintain that relationship that means so much to you.
Grandparents are a source of wisdom, love and support to many grandchildren. When a family structure is harmed due to divorce, incarceration, death or a parent being deployed overseas by the military, the opportunity for grandparents to establish those important bonds may be diminished. In other instances, a parent may not be able to provide a safe and nurturing home due to alcohol or drug abuse, violence or neglect. In these cases, a grandparent can offer the stable family a child needs.
You deserve assistance. We can help. Contact a grandparent rights attorney
The Bertolino Law Firm can work with you to apply to family court to obtain visitation privileges or even temporary or permanent custody of the child. Please be aware that the custodial parent is given the overwhelming consideration in such matters and any objections raised to your visitation allowance will be taken seriously. You will need to prove that the existing relationship with the grandchildren was in place and of value to the kids. A dependable family law attorney at the Bertolino Law Firm can help you make that case.
Having the right lawyer on your side can make all the difference. Put your trust in us. To reach our San Antonio office, call 210-247-9907. You can also contact us at our Austin office at 512-717-5432 or our Houston office at 713-357-2467.
Building a strong legal case requires extensive knowledge of state and federal laws. At the Bertolino Law Firm, our attorneys have dedicated their careers to providing people with exceptional legal advice. This applies especially to cases involving grandparents' rights. Not every lawyer knows how to handle such complicated cases. We do. Contact the Bertolino Law Firm and schedule a case evaluation.