Grandparents in the United States do have the ability to seek visitation with their grandchildren, but those rights vary from state to state. In Nevada, if the child’s parents are separated, divorced, deceased or have relinquished parental rights, the grandparents and may be granted visitation as long as it is in the best interest of the child. Understanding your basic rights and having a qualified attorney working for you will ensure that you maintain a relationship with your grandchildren in the event that the relationship with the parents should end.
Sarah Hardy-Cooper believes in the right for grandparents to be active participants in the lives of their grandchildren. She considers this family extension to be a crucial part of a child’s development. With Sarah representing your case, you can feel confident that you have an advocate fighting for grandparent’s rights to maintain a positive relationship within your family. She will do everything within her power to ensure that your voice is heard and the best interest of the child is considered by the court.