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Attorneys Advocating For The Custody And Visitation Rights Of Devoted Grandparents

Child custody laws in Pennsylvania give grandparents and great-grandparents custody rights over their grandchildren. In certain circumstances, grandparents can ask the court for the right to visit with their grandchildren. In still other circumstances, a grandparent or great-grandparent can seek custody of their grandchildren. Our family law attorneys at Astor Weiss Kaplan & Mandel LLP understand how this process works and can guide you through it with fair and effective legal representation.

Protecting The Best Interests Of The Child

Courts will look to see if custodial time with the grandparents is in the best interests of the child. When deciding on the best interests of the child, courts will look at various factors, including the emotional ties between the child and the grandparents, the ability of the grandparents to enhance the emotional needs of the child, and the child’s preferences.

Contact Us For Skilled Legal Guidance

At Astor Weiss Kaplan & Mandel LLP, our family law attorneys understand the court system and how to present the various factors the courts consider when awarding custody. If you are a grandparent seeking custody rights – whether partial or primary – contact our experienced family law attorneys at any of our offices in Wayne, Bala Cynwyd, Philadelphia or New Jersey. You can request a consultation by calling 215-790-0100 or by sending us an email.

Our Family Law Attorneys

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Gerald J. Schorr

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David Gutin

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Julie A. Auerbach

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Judy McIntire Springer

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Katherine R. Sookhoo

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David I. Grunfeld

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Caroline G. Osborn

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Dina S. Ronsayro

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Julia Morrow