Grandparents do have rights. If you feel that your grandchild is in danger because of negligent parenting, or if you are being denied access to your grandchild, you may have cause for legal action. If you have a child residing with you for an extensive period of time that is not your biological child who has been left by their parent, you may also have a cause for legal action.
At Bloch & Whitehouse, P.A., we help grandparents and other interested third parties seek custody and visitation privileges over the children they care about. We know the law and we give our clients the full time, effort and attention they deserve.
Contact us today to speak with an experienced Minnesota family law attorney.
At Bloch and Whitehouse, P.A., we understand what an important role grandparents and other relatives play in the lives of children. When parents divorce, grandparents can feel left out in the cold, but it is important to remember that they have rights as well. We help grandparents in regard to:
Our attorneys have extensive experience handling a wide range of family law matters. We understand the difficulties divorce presents to all members of the family and will fight for the rights of grandparents and other interested parties.
If you are a grandparent or other relative and need help with a third party custody claim, we are here to help. Contact us online or by telephone at 952-224-9977 to speak with an experienced Minnesota divorce lawyer. We represent men and women from Minneapolis, St. Paul and throughout the Twin Cities metro area. For your convenience, we offer free initial consultations and accept Visa and MasterCard.