How Can Grandparents Preserve Relationships With Their Grandchildren?
Under Ohio law, grandparents actually have very few rights. However, that does not mean that it is impossible to preserve your relationships with your grandchildren or intervene in their best interests.
At the Law Office of Kristen L. Campbell, LLC, we understand how important your grandchildren are to you. Our mission is to provide the compassionate, knowledgeable and effective legal counsel you need to stay actively involved in their lives. Call us for an initial consultation at 513-895-0030.
Our Hamilton lawyer, Kristen L. Campbell, has the experience that families in Butler County need to preserve their relationships. In the past, she has served as a guardian ad litem, appointed specifically to represent children’s interests. Her broad range of experience on all sides of custody and visitation disputes is a significant asset to grandparents seeking to establish legal rights.
Reasons A Grandparent May Seek Legal Rights
There are several reasons a child’s grandparent may be able to seek legal rights, including after a parent has:
- Abandoned the children
- Become incarcerated
- Become addicted to alcohol or drugs
- Been convicted of domestic violence
- Passed away
- Been deployed overseas or stationed elsewhere in the country
What Happens When Butler County Children Services Intervenes?
Child Protective Services handles matters related to abuse, neglect or chemical dependency matters. If Butler County Children Services has become involved due to the parents’ inability to provide adequate care to your grandchildren, you can rely on Kristen L. Campbell for caring counsel and advocacy when you’re seeking to establish custody. Formerly, attorney Campbell served as an assistant prosecuting attorney on behalf of this agency, so she has the detailed knowledge necessary to represent you in a legal custody motion.
Call For A Consultation Today
We understand that your legal needs are as unique as your family, so we look forward to discussing your particular situation and concerns. Call the Law Office of Kristen L. Campbell, LLC, at 513-895-0030 to arrange an initial consultation about grandparents’ rights. You can also email our Hamilton office.