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St. Paul grandparents have rights too

On Behalf of | Dec 11, 2014 | Grandparents' Rights |

This blog regularly focuses on the issues Minnesota parents face when divorcing or separating from their spouse. St. Paul family law attorney Janet L. Goehle, though, also strives to provide superior representation to local grandparents in the St. Paul area.

A grandparent can have a dynamic and lasting impact on a young person’s life, especially if unfit parents or other factors limit the positive influences they get at home. The law recognizes this reality and provides avenues for grandparent visitation and, in some cases, custody rights for grandparents.

Realizing those rights, however, is not always easy. Custody and visitation litigation involving grandparents is far less common than similar cases involving direct parents. As a result, courts and other attorneys are less experienced with the rights at issue. This unfamiliarity can result in the loss of legal rights to a grandchild.

Therefore, with those stakes in mind, grandparents seeking to gain a visitation order or something more are encouraged to reach out to Janet L. Goehle. She has represented grandparents in the Twin Cities. She is able to evaluate your situation and clearly explain to you what choices you have. From there, you will have the opportunity to team up with a true legal professional, and pursue whatever remedy that you wish.

Whether you are seeking visitation rights of a grandchild after your kid gets a divorce or you believe custody should be legally transferred to you for any reason, Janet L. Goehle is able to help. All you need to do is ask.