Grandparents Rights in Rancho Cucamonga & the Inland Empire
Honest Answers for Your Family
California does protect grandparent rights and step parent rights. There are provisions in the California family code, which allow visitation rights to step parents, grandparents, and other third parties who have played a significant role in a child’s life. The court will look at what is in the best interest of the child to determine if court ordered visitation is appropriate.
If you have lived with a child or experienced daily and ongoing contact with a child, removing that relationship can be emotionally harmful to the child. Once a significant relationship has been formed, you have the right to protect that relationship, whether you entered the child’s life as a stepparent, grandparent, or even a boyfriend or girlfriend of the child’s birth parent. At the end of the day, the courts do not make decisions based on physical connections. The courts are interested in doing what is best for children. Understanding grandparent and stepparent rights, we fight for all types of California families, and we can help you through the adoption process or help you obtain visitation rights.
We understand that you will have many questions for our attorneys so we are here to give you honest answers. Schwartzberg | Luther, APC, are Rancho Cucamonga grandparent rights lawyers offering weekend and evening appointments when necessary, we are here to help. Contact us to schedule a legal consultation at 909-457-4270 or fill out our online contact form and schedule your free consultation today.