Following a separation, divorce, or other change in circumstances, grandparents might need the help of a lawyer to protect their visitation or custody rights. While the constitution protects parents' rights to make decisions on behalf of their children, grandparents' rights are determined by the state. Recently, Pennsylvania expanded its limitations on who can request custody of a child and created clearer regulations for when grandparents rights are given priority.
Attorney Robert Katzenstein can evaluate your unique situation and build a compelling case that shows that grandparent's rights are in the best interests of a child. He works hard to ensure that a fair, positive resolution is achieved for the grandparents, parents, and children. To discuss the details of your case with Mr. Katzenstein at his Holland, PA, office, request a consultation online or call the firm at (215) 322-3400.