Grandparents Rights Attorneys in Manchester NH
In the state of New Hampshire grandparents have certain rights to visitation of grandchildren. In RSA 461-A:13 it states that grandparents, whether adoptive or natural, may petition the court for reasonable rights of visitation with the minor child as provided in paragraph III. If you are a grandparent wanting to spend time with your grandchild, it is possible to have the court enforce this action. This being said it is important to realize that it might take some doing to get the order for you to spend time with your grandchildren.
Grandchildren Visitation Rights
As a grandparent you have rights to see your grandchildren. Walker & Buchholz, P.A. have experience in these laws and are prepared to help construct a strategy that will help you protect your rights and find a resolution that will allow you the best chance to visit with your grandchildren. The legal process in New Hampshire requires that the petitioner proves that the visits will be in the best interest of the child involved. Being prepared to defend this is essential to your success and your attorney should be able to help you be ready for this possibility.
Fighting For Your Rights
Walker & Buchholz, P.A. have been representing individuals throughout all of New Hampshire for 20 years and are able to help those in all New Hampshire locations from their centrally located Manchester office. They will take the time to discuss your options and determine what your goals are. From there they can formulate a realistic strategy to get your where you need to be in as timely a manner as is possible. Being as open with them as possible about your situation and anything that relates to it will be to your advantage. Ensuring that you get to spend as much time as you can with your grandchildren is something you don't have to do alone.
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Walker & Buchholz, P.A.
50 Bridge St. Suite 205
Manchester, NH 03101-1620
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