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Pittsburgh Grandparent Custody Lawyer

Fighting for Grandparents’ Rights in Pittsburgh and Throughout Western Pennsylvania

Courts in Pennsylvania make decisions regarding child custody and visitation based on one primary consideration: the best interests of the child. Typically, courts assume that children are best served when they are in the custody of their parents and when those parents are permitted to make all important decisions regarding their children’s upbringing. Parents are also afforded wide latitude in determining who is permitted to visit and communicate with their minor children. There are, however, certain circumstances under which the courts may override the preference of parents or circumstances under which the parents are unavailable. In those limited circumstances, grandparents may be able to obtain custody of their grandkids.

The compassionate and experienced Pittsburgh grandparent custody lawyers at Bunde & Roberts, P.C., have years of experience helping grandparents seek custody and visitation of their grandchildren. We understand that not all families are the same, and not all families are best served by a typical arrangement. We work with clients to understand the circumstances of their familial situation, and we fight to ensure that their rights and the wellbeing of their children and grandchildren are protected.

When Can Grandparents Seek Custody?

Pennsylvania law explicitly permits grandparents to seek custody of their grandchildren under certain circumstances. Ultimately, the court will decide based upon the best interests of the minor children, which may result in custody with one or another of the parents (where possible) or with the grandparents, should the court deem it best. Grandparents have to meet certain criteria to have standing to pursue custody or partial custody.

Fighting For Your Rights as a Grandparent

Even if you are not seeking custody, you might still want to remain involved in your grandkids’ lives. If your child and their spouse are working through their own custody and visitation battle and you fear that your relationship with your grandkids may be cut off, you might be able to petition for visitation.

We know that you care about your family and only want the best for them. Let the family lawyers at Bunde & Roberts help you ensure that your family’s best interests are served.

Experienced Advice Regarding Pennsylvania Grandparent Custody

At Bunde & Roberts, P.C., our Pennsylvania divorce lawyers have years of experience helping clients with all manner of child custody and family law proceedings. We represent clients from every side of family law disputes. If you are a grandparent concerned about the welfare of your grandchildren, call the compassionate and effective Pittsburgh grandparent custody lawyers at Bunde & Roberts, P.C., today at 412-391-4330 for a consultation.

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