Grandparents Becoming Second Parents: Know Your Rights

The parenting landscape has been steadily changing over the years as more and more grandparents are becoming parents to their grandchildren.  Whether the same is due to more and more children being born out-of-wedlock, or because divorce is on the rise and family units are broken up, grandparents have been gaining more prominent roles in what our current generation sees as a nuclear family.

With grandparents taking on the role of parents, the time has come for grandparents to know their rights and seek legal courses to protect their rights as de facto custodians.

At the Sellers Law Firm our goal is to protect your rights as grandparents.  Whether you are seeking answers about a guardianship, custody, or visitation, we are here to guide you.  Give us a call at 770-415-9848 at the Sellers Law Firm: Where Clients Become Family.