Florida firm aggressively advocating for grandparents' rights


For many Floridians, being a grandparent is their greatest joy in life. A lot of grandparents enjoy getting to spend time with their grandchildren without the responsibility of caring for them full-time. Oftentimes, this allows a strong bond to develop between grandparents and their grandchildren that can be difficult to break. Yet, it can be broken. One way that their relationship can be damaged is if the child's parents divorce. Far too often, marriage dissolution or parental separation can leave a grandparent without access to his or her grandchild, thereby causing emotional pain to both the grandparent and grandchild.

Fortunately, Florida law affords grandparents certain legal rights, including visitation with grandchildren. However, these rights are only protected when legal action is taken and a judge finds that grandparent visitation is in the child's best interests. Previously, this blog discussed the factors a court may consider when determining whether grandparent visitation is appropriate.

With so many factors to consider, the matter can be subject to significant and contentious debate. A grandchild's parent may want to limit or totally eliminate all contact with a grandparent, which leaves it up to a grandparent to make compelling arguments to support their position. Experienced family law legal teams, like the one at Amy L Beauchaine, know how to craft strong legal arguments that leave an individual well-positioned to convince a judge why grandparent visitation should be allowed.

At our law firm, we diligently work to ensure each of our client's cases is individually tailored to meet their needs. We gather physical evidence as well as witness testimony that addresses those factors that can directly affect the outcome of grandparent visitation. Our legal team also knows how to anticipate arguments from the other side, meaning that we can prepare to counter their claims. We know and value the relationship between grandparents and their grandchildren. With that in mind, we aggressively ensure that our clients receive the competent representation they deserve.

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