Grandparent Rights In Arkansas
At Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, we believe strongly that children can benefit from having a strong relationship with their grandparents. If you are a grandparent who is seeking visitation with your grandson or granddaughter, we encourage you to contact Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates today for assistance.
We serve clients throughout Arkansas with a variety of family law issues. You can rely on us to provide the dedicated, knowledgeable and responsive representation you require. Our knowledgeable family law attorneys have helped grandparents assert their rights.
Do I Have Visitation Rights As A Grandparent In Arkansas?
The general rule is that a parent’s choice is determinative on the issue of grandparent visitation. There are, however, many exceptions:
- If your grandchild has lived with you for an extended period of time, you may be able to obtain a fixed visitation schedule with your grandchild.
- If a parent is unfit, a grandparent may seek a guardianship or conservatorship for the benefit of the child.
- If other factors make a compelling case that grandparent visitation is in the best interests of a child, a court may be inclined to award a grandparent a fixed visitation schedule.
If you need help pursuing a fixed visitation schedule with your grandchild, or if you require help with a conservatorship, adoption of a grandchild or another family law matter, we are pleased to speak with you about your legal rights and options.
Learn About Your Options By Contacting Us Today
To schedule a consultation with an experienced grandparents’ rights attorney, call 501-588-4451. You may also contact us by email. From our office in Little Rock, we are proud to help grandparents throughout Arkansas.