Grandparents Rights for Visitation & Custody

As a grandparent you care deeply about your grandchildren and we know you want nothing but the best for them. Whether it’s medical care, education, financial security, or a healthy emotional and home environment, our dedicated family law attorneys can help you get the best results possible for both you and your grandchildren.
Colorado Laws That Protect the Grandparents

Colorado laws give grandparents substantial rights to seek and modify parental rights, decision-making responsibilities, visitation, and more. For example, under the Uniform Dissolution of Marriage Act, grandparents may seek visitation or parental rights and responsibilities for their grandchildren when the child is not in the physical care of a parent or when the grandparent has had physical care of the child for six months. In addition, the Children’s Code, provides grandparents with the opportunity to preserve visitation rights when a non-parent has custody of the children or in the event that a parent passes away.

At Fisher & Associates, we can petition the Courts to determine or change visitation rights, the allocation of parental rights, decision-making responsibilities, and other issues to you, and we can help show that your love and compassion is in the best interests of your grandchild.
Family Law Attorneys Who Care

We understand that any case involving a grandchild is a challenging, stressful, and emotionally difficult event. Our team of experienced and dedicated attorneys promises to fight for you every step of the way. Your case will always be handled by an attorney who will be there to answer your questions and show you the way forward.

To speak with an attorney now, call us at (303) 779-5300, or contact us online to setup a 100% Free Consultation.