Divorces can be extremely stressful and difficult times for immediate family members, but members of an extended family can also feel the pressure and effects of a divorce. This can include grandparents who may find that their rights to visitation with their grandchildren unreasonably revoked. Michigan law has created a provision in which grandparents may file to legally secure their visitation rights during a divorce proceeding.
If you need assistance securing grandparents’ rights to visitation, an Oakland County divorce lawyer from Civilized Divorce may be able help you. Our team can guide you through the many finer nuances of Michigan family and divorce laws, including those pertaining to grandparents’ visitation rights, using a streamlined and tremendously successful process.