GRANDPARENTS' RIGHTS

Grandparents are not granted the same rights as parents. However, they are granted some visitation rights, provided they had a relationship with the child in the past. At Pierce Law Offices, we are committed to helping you exercise your rights. We will stand beside you to help you maintain the grandparent and grandchild relationship that every child should have.

For more than 30 years, Pierce Law Offices has helped people in Seattle and the surrounding parts of Washington meet all of their family law needs. Throughout the years, we have taken great pride in our ability to stay on the edge of new developments in the law, including those that relate to grandparents' rights. Our commitment to meeting the needs of our clients has earned us the Judge's Choice Award from Washington Law Magazine. We are proud of the honor. We are more proud of the fact that we maintain the same level of service every day for every client.

Standing up for the rights of grandparents

We are on your side. At the outset of your case, we will take the time to learn about your needs and your goals. We want to learn about the visitation rights you would like to receive with your grandson or granddaughter. As we move forward, we will design a legal strategy that is dedicated to meeting your needs. We are committed to doing what is right for you.

We are willing to work hard to meet your goals. In grandparents' rights cases, we are ready to move from skillful negotiations to aggressive courtroom work in order to get you the results you deserve. We know the process, and we know the paths that are available to resolve your situation. Our team will help you decide which path is most relevant for meeting your needs.