Grandparent Rights Attorneys In Overland Park

The importance of a grandchild's relationship with his or her grandparents is undeniable. If the child's parents get divorced, however, those relationships can be jeopardized. Kansas law recognizes the value of the grandparent-grandchild relationship and specifically recognizes the grandparents' right to have access to their grandchildren after a divorce provided that the right criteria have been fulfilled.

Under the law, grandparents need to show a substantial ongoing connection with their grandchildren. Parents can object to grandparent access, and these cases can become quite complex. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Ankerholz and Smith in Johnson County have successfully resolved grandparents' rights cases across the state for clients on both sides of custody and visitation cases. Whether you are a grandparent seeking to establish rights or a parent who wishes to challenge such an action, our lawyers have the experience to protect your interests.

From our office in Overland Park, we represent grandparents and parents throughout Kansas in these matters. Contact us to schedule an initial consultation with a lawyer. You can reach us by phone at 913-800-6071 or contact us via email to schedule an appointment.