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Tucson, AZ Grandparents Rights Lawyer

The Bigger Picture: Grandparents' Rights

Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C. — Tucson and Southern Arizona

Divorce doesn't do anything to change the fact that children have two parents. Courts recognize this fact and strive, wherever possible, to make certain that whatever happens between the parents in the divorce and with regard to child custody — the children are able to have meaningful contact with both mom and dad afterwards.

Arizona sees a bigger picture, one that isn't limited to just the "nuclear family." Here, the contributions that grandparents make to a child's life are recognized, valued and rewarded in the form of visitation rights after divorce.

At our firm, your rights are valued and recognized as well. To discuss these issues with our lawyer — contact our Tucson, Arizona, law offices today.

An Experienced Family Law Attorney for Grandparents' Rights

At the Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C., we handle grandparents' rights petitions on behalf of grandparents throughout Southern Arizona. In addition, our firm also represents grandparents who reside elsewhere, but whose grandchildren live in the Southern Arizona area. Clients are aided in both of these efforts by the experience and detailed knowledge of Arizona law possessed by our attorney, Hector Montoya.

Although grandparents' child visitation rights are not as generous as parental visitation rights, they can be granted as often as every other weekend in some cases. As your lawyer, Mr. Montoya will walk you through the steps required to complete and file your petition, explaining exactly what needs to be demonstrated to the court in terms of the relationship you've established with the child and why it should be encouraged to continue.

Your Decisions, Our Attorney — Call 520-743-1797

Other questions? Call our Tucson, Arizona, law offices to schedule an initial consultation, or contact us online by completing our brief intake/e-mail form.