The attorneys at Griffiths Law have broad experience representing grandparents and other relatives in domestic relations cases. These cases can include grandparents’ rights to visitation and custody but sometimes include financial issues too where the grandparents have loaned or gifted money to the family. We have written a comprehensive blog on when a grandparent can seek to enforce legal rights, which you should consider reading here. Grandparent rights are fairly unique and can be complicated to enforce. Learn more from our attorneys by scheduling a consultation below.
Why Choose Griffiths Law for Your Grandparents Rights Case?
Our attorneys have decades of experience representing families across the State of Colorado. The firm has a strong history of producing top-quality results for its clients and it is this history of results that set the firm apart. The firm and its attorneys have received countless positive reviews on Yelp, Google, Avvo, and other rating platforms. Across these platforms, the firm was given a 5-star rating in over 98% of reviews. Schedule a consultation with Griffiths Law below to learn more about why our firm has been so successful in representing Colorado families in all aspects of family law, including grandparents’ rights.
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