Jacksonville Grandparent Rights Attorney
Continuing Relationships With Your Grandchildren
There are many casualties in a divorce. The collateral damage done affects the lives of grandparents. They may lose the opportunity to spend time with their grandchildren. At Arnold Law Firm in Jacksonville, Florida, we defend the rights of grandparents to continue a lifelong relationship with their children's children.
If you are a grandparent who has been active in your grandchild's life prior to your son or daughter's divorce, contact us at for swift, thorough and responsible representation.
Maintaining a Child's Bond With Grandparents
While Florida law does not formally recognize the visitation rights of grandparents, that does not prevent us from looking out for the best interests of the children. A child's bond with his or her grandparents should not be broken because the parents are no longer getting along.
At the Arnold Law Firm, our attorneys help to maintain those important relationships while keeping the children's best interest in mind. We assess the relationship prior to the divorce and if there was regular and continuous visitation. The child may have lived with grandpa and grandma. A divorce should not just cut off that connection.
Overcoming the Odds and Asserting Your Grandparent Rights
While there are challenges in asserting grandparent rights, we strive to overcome those obstacles. Grandparents and their grandchildren should not suffer unnecessary consequences just because the parents can no longer coexist. A nurturing and ongoing relationship is valuable for all involved. We will do everything we can to make that happen and assert your grandparent rights.