At Raza & Jones, LLC we work on many grandparents rights cases each year in the St. Louis area. Our office understands that as a close relative of a child (or children) that is involved in a divorce or separation situation, you will want to know what rights you have to visit. We are able to advise you of your rights under the law in this state, and help you pursue any legal action within your means to get visitation for your grandchild, or grandchildren. While this is not always possible, we are happy to look at your situation and let you know if there’s something we can do to help. Contact us today to get started.
There are certain circumstances in the state of Missouri where grandparents can file for reasonable visitation. These can include circumstances where one of the parents is deceased, when a couple is going through a divorce, and others. Please get in touch with us to find out more details.
Best Interests Of The Child
One of the things a court will typically consider when a grandparent is requesting visitation is the best interests of the child involved. The court will set parameters for visitation based on what they believe is appropriate. This can vary from one situation to another.