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Fighting For The Rights Of Grandparents

Last updated on August 3, 2023

The inability of a grandparent to visit with his or her grandchild can be heartbreaking and challenging. Whether circumstances involve a parent’s death or parents disputing with a grandparent, the right course is to seek advice from a lawyer.

Attorney Michael A. Robbins represents clients throughout Michigan and has been doing so for more than three decades. His entire legal practice is focused on divorce, family and related matters. He is nationally recognized for his work in family law and is eminently qualified to handle even the most complex family law case.

As A Grandparent, Do I Have Visitation Rights?

Grandparents’ rights issues are complicated. If you are being denied access to your grandchildren and have questions about your legal rights, you should talk with attorney . The laws regarding grandparents’ rights and their grandchildren are very complicated and depend on the circumstances. For instance, getting custody or visitation rights after a parent has died is much likelier than in a situation where there is a dispute and one parent is simply refusing to let Grandma or Grandpa see the grandchildren.

Mr. Robbins recognizes that when you come to his firm, you will have detailed questions and concerns. He takes time to walk through each and every legal issue with his clients. As a nationally recognized lawyer, he has a great number of resources he can provide or direct his clients toward. Mr. Robbins offers comprehensive legal representation for his clients, regardless of the issues at stake.

Speak To A Compassionate Family Law Attorney Today

Please contact to schedule an initial consultation to discuss the details of your custody, visitation or grandparents’ rights issue. Call 248-646-7980 or contact him online to schedule your appointment. Located in Bloomfield Hills, Mr. Robbins accepts cases in the Tri-County area of Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties and throughout the state.