Recent Posts in Grandparent Visitation Category

Grandparents can find themselves in a tough spot when raising a child in response to a CPS investigation

As an attorney working in the area of family law I can think no more frustrating or sad sort of case than a CPS case. From the child’s perspective, it is being alleged that he or she has been ...
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When does the extended family of a child have standing to sue for custody in Texas?

The Law Office of Bryan Fagan recently had cause to celebrate a huge victory for long-time clients of ours. These clients are grandparents who live in North Texas but whose grandchildren reside here ...
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Grandparent rights in Texas: Visitation and Preparing for a case

In Part One of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan’s blog posts on grandparent rights in Texas, we discussed the factors that come into play when you as a grandparent wants to win custody of your ...
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You're a Grandparent- What rights do you have in Texas?

In most families, grandparents and grandchildren have close relationships that are encouraged by the parents of the children. Grandparents are seen as persons to be respected and emulated. Their life ...
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Custody and Visitation Rights of Grandparents in Texas

The attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan have represented grandparents in many cases and as we could tell you, the circumstances of each family were very different and represented just how ...
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When Your Child's Extended Family Wants Visitation in Texas

Babies can be wonderful and often bring families closer together. Both my wife and I have family member that live close by. Having extend family can be wonderful they help provide a support system and ...
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Grandparents' Rights in Texas

Unfortunately, difficulties often arise when raising children. Whether the circumstances were avoidable or unforeseeable from the perspective of the parents, sometimes other family members feel the ...
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Grandparent Visitation Rights in Texas?

An attorney in our office recently settled a case where two grandparents were seeking court approved and mandated visitation with their two grandchildren. The circumstances for these folks were tragic ...
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Grandparent Rights, Standing, and the Parental Presumption

The other day I had a consult with a husband and his wife because they had serious concerns regarding the grandparents of their kids. From my conversation with this couple I learned that the ...
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