Massachusetts Grandparent Visitation Appeal Attorney
Grandparent visitation disputes measure Constitutional rights. Parental rights presumably control, but are not conclusive. The best interest of the child and the "right" to maintain relationships is also critical. Hence, the initial issue of standing to challenge the parent's decision to disallow visitation.
A grandparent rights appeal is typically very fact intensive and requires a keen attention to detail. The ramifications of each case is far reaching. Ultimately the decision is one of discretion for the judge. But judges make mistakes.
The reality is that grandparent rights are constantly evolving to meet the demands of our changing society, here in Massachusetts and nationally. Contact (978-846-5184) MA Grandparent Visitation Appeal Attorney William Driscoll for an assessment of your case.
If you do not challenge your grandparent visitation judgment by appeal then the judgment will become final. If grandparent rights were granted then the judgment will become the baseline for future disputes. If grandparent rights were denied, it will likely be much more difficult to challenge the parents rights in the future.