Protecting Grandparents' Rights
While grandparents' rights are not formally recognized in North Carolina, we believe that a continuing relationship between grandparents and children is valuable. At the Breeden Law Office in Johnston County, we help our clients who are seeking to either maintain a post-divorce connection to their grandchildren or rescue them from dangerous situations.
Serious problems within a family require immediate action. If your grandchildren are facing peril under the roof of their own home, contact us at 919-805-3639 or toll free at 866-346-1680.
When You Want to Protect the Well-Being of Your Grandchild
While laws in North Carolina present challenges in enforcing grandparents' rights, we are willing to help you overcome any obstacle if your grandchild's well-being is at stake. Protecting your rights as a grandparent is not about a spat with your child that prevents you from periodic visitation. Run-of-the-mill family arguments do not apply. However, if you suspect abuse, neglect, or immediate danger, contact an attorney at the Breeden Law Office.
Looking out for the Best Interests of Your Grandchildren
Biological parents have many advantages in a grandparents' rights case. An intact family will always prevail. However, when children face physical harm or emotional abuse on a daily basis, we aggressively represent our clients who wish to remove their beloved grandchildren from a perilous and potentially deadly situation.
If you are a grandparent who only has the best interests of their grandchildren in mind, we will serve as your most aggressive and diligent advocate.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding assertion of your grandparents' rights, please contact us.