Grandparents Have Questions. We Have Answers.
In an ideal world, grandparents will always be able to visit their grandchildren, and those grandchildren will always be well-cared for and protected by their parents. Unfortunately, the real world is not a perfect place. Many grandparents in Michigan find themselves unable to see their grandchildren, especially following the death of their adult child or their child's divorce, or if their grandchild is born out of wedlock, or no longer resides in the same home as their parents. These grandparents have questions such as:
- Can I see my grandchildren if their parents have cut me out of their lives, or if I have been denied access or grandparenting time with them?
- What should I do if I suspect my grandchild has been neglected or abused?
- What can I do if I am concerned about my grandchild's general well-being?
- How do I get the rights I need to make decisions about their school, medical needs and other aspects of their upbringing if I am already taking care of my grandchild?
Whether you are a grandparent in Michigan or you live out of state and have grandchildren in Michigan, it's time you get the answers you deserve.
Our Grandparents' Rights Practice
At Hertz Schram, we are at the forefront of grandparents' rights law. In these complex family matters, our accomplished lawyers work closely with our Of Counsel Richard S. Victor, who offers decades of his experience to our firm in an of counsel capacity. Mr. Victor is one of the pre-eminent grandparents' rights attorneys in the country and is the founder (and executive director) of the Grandparents Rights Organization (GRO), a national nonprofit that has shaped laws and helped grandparents protect their rights for more than 30 years.
By combining Mr. Victor's knowledge of this area of law with that of our team of talented family lawyers, we are able to create powerful legal strategies that allow grandparents to assert their rights and protect their family members.
Ready To Learn About Your Rights? We Are Here For You.
If you are a grandparent with questions about how you can gain or retain access to your grandchildren we can provide you with the honest answers you need.