Navigating Grandparents' Rights in Tennessee
At Hagar & Phillips Attorneys at Law, we recognize the vital role grandparents often play in their grandchildren's lives. In Tennessee, the law acknowledges this importance and provides certain rights to grandparents under specific circumstances. Our experienced attorneys are committed to guiding grandparents through the complexities of these laws and advocating for their rights.
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In Tennessee, grandparents can seek visitation rights if they believe it is in the best interest of the grandchild. This can occur when the parents are divorced, one or both parents are deceased, or the child lived with the grandparent before being removed by the parent. At Hagar & Phillips, we assist our clients in understanding these circumstances and help them present a compelling case for their visitation rights. We strive to ensure that the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren is preserved and respected.
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Moreover, in certain extreme situations, grandparents may seek custody of their grandchildren. These cases can be emotionally charged and legally complex. Our team at Hagar & Phillips approaches each case with sensitivity, providing the necessary legal guidance and representation. Whether you're a grandparent seeking visitation or custody, trust Hagar & Phillips to protect your rights and the best interests of your grandchildren.