Grandparents often find themselves in an odd dilema–not quite parents, but still a vital part of their grandchildren’s lives. So how do we fix that dilema? Grandparent visitation is one possible route.
Georgia law specifically allows grandparents (as well as certain other relatives) to petition the court for mandatory visitation time with their grandchildren. Although filing a petition is not a guarantee to get visitation, the Georgia legislature has made it clear to the courts that grandparents often play a vital role in their grandchildren’s lives and they should have a voice.
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.