Grandparents' Rights

Loving and supportive grandparents can contact Goble & Yow, PLLC in Clarksville regarding their rights to see their grandchildren. Our job is to educate them on family laws in Tennessee that are related to divorce. While grandparents' rights are more unofficial, they have rights if they are active in the lives of their grandsons and granddaughters.

If you need help in asserting your rights as a grandparent during or following the divorce process, our lawyers will educate you on your options and provide aggressive representation. Our legal team possesses more than 35 years of combined experience in protecting the rights of our clients.

Protecting Grandparents' Rights Following Divorce Or Death

The close relationship you have with your grandchild should continue, even if his or her mother or father is divorcing. In many family situations, a strong bond is established when the grandparents live in the same home. Courts recognize that connection and strive to maintain the bond through visitation agreements for grandparents.

Emotional issues arise following the death of parents. Children are entitled to family stability after the tragedy. Our lawyers are committed to protecting their best interests and asserting the rights of grandparents close to their grandchildren.

Call Us If You Have Questions About Your Rights

We offer a free initial consultation. If you would like to discuss a civilian or military divorce, pleas call us at 931-266-4763. We are experienced at handling matters involving grandparents' rights and will work hard to help you get the results you want. For your convenience, payment plans are available.