Grandparents' Rights Lawyers in Roseville
Also Representing Clients in Roseville, Sacramento & Surrounding Areas
If your grandchildren are experiencing the separation or divorce of their parents, or if another family change is underway, you may be concerned about how the situation will affect your relationship with your grandchildren. If you're the grandparent of a child who prematurely lost his or her parent due to an untimely death, you may be concerned about whether the other parent will promote your pre-existing relationship with your grandchild. If you want to make sure you can continue to spend time with your grandchildren, a skilled family law attorney can advise you on how to make the necessary arrangements.
As attorneys with extensive experience in child custody and visitation matters, we have represented many grandparents in their efforts to protect their time with their loved ones. In many situations, visitation schedules can be negotiated without going to court.
Helping You Reach Your Goals
Every child custody and visitation scenario is different. Perhaps your goal is to spend time with your granddaughter every other weekend. Perhaps you are seeking shared or sole custody of your grandson. Depending on your circumstances, our lawyers can help you pursue your goals through mediation or, in more difficult situations, through litigation.
We can help you with:
- Establishing a regular visitation schedule that will benefit your grandchildren
- Seeking temporary or permanent custody of grandchildren when a custodial parent passes away, becomes incapacitated, or is struggling with addiction or mental health issues
- Guardianship or conservatorship that can allow you or another family member to care for the needs of minor children
- The termination of parental rights when a parent is unable to meet a child's needs or is absent
Helping Grandparents Protect Their Family's Best Interests
At Cecil Cianci Law, PC, we understand how California law impacts grandchild custody and grandparents' rights, and we can provide the consultation and guidance you need. Contact us online or call (916) 675-3866 to schedule a reduced-fee consultation with our grandparents’ rights lawyers in Roseville.