Denver, Colorado, Third-Party Visitation Attorneys
In cases where a third party such as a grandparent, stepparent or close relative had an established relationship with a child there may be circumstances where it is important to protect that relationship. Such circumstances may arise if one of the parents dies or if the third party has become estranged from the custodial parent. In such cases there is a strong preference to allow a fit parent to make the decisions regarding who spends time with their child. However, visitation rights may be granted if a judge believes not only that it is in the best interests of a child, but also that there are strong reasons to overcome the presumption that a fit parent will make proper decisions for their child.
If you have been denied the opportunity to spend time with a child in your life, contact the family law office of Hogan Omidi, PC, today to schedule an appointment about third-party visitation.
Contact Third-Party Visitation Attorneys At Hogan Omidi, PC
Establishing third-party visitation rights can be complicated by the processes and procedures put in place to protect a child. Understanding how to cooperate with the court and anticipate potential problems is essential in positioning your case. At Hogan Omidi, PC, our family law attorneys have extensive experience in child custody and visitation matters.