When spouses are going through a divorce or bitter custody battle, they are not the only people affected by the emotional fallout of divorce. Oftentimes other family members, such as the grandparents, will suffer the effects of divorce if their children create separation arrangements that jeopardize their relationships with their grandchildren. Sometimes parents will attempt to cut off grandparents from their grandchildren due to anger or bitterness.
All family law cases involving children are decided according to “the best interest of the child” as determined by the court. Therefore, it is important that you hire a St. Louis County family law attorney who can petition your case to the judge.
Our St. Louis County grandparents’ rights attorneys at Coulter Lambson have the knowledge and experience necessary to fully understand Missouri family law relating to grandparent rights.
Our attorneys have been included in the list of Super Lawyers® Rising StarsSM, these attorneys are, Ryan L. Munro, and Ambry N. Schuessler. Also, C. Curran Coulter II and Joseph A. Lambson have been named as “10 Best Attorneys” by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys (AIOFLA).
The legal team at Coulter Lambson, LLC can begin putting together your case immediately, and gather all necessary evidence to assemble a strong case on your behalf. Don’t delay in seeking legal advice. The longer a situation is allowed to continue, the more likely it will be that a precedent will be set for what happens in the future. With offices in St. Charles and Clayton, MO, contact our firm today.
Contact Coulter Lambson, LLC at (314) 309-2377 to schedule a free, confidential consultation.