Salem Grandparent's Rights Lawyers

A divorce can have extended ramifications across all familial relationships. Many times, grandparents fear that their time with a grandchild will be severely limited based on which parent receives custody, or in the event of parental relocation. We invite you to schedule a consultation with an attorney at our firm to discuss your rights and legal options.

Third-party rights, previously referred to as grandparents' rights, can quickly become lost during a divorce proceeding. The parents are concerned with coming up with a custody compromise that works with their needs and prioritizes the best interests of the children. At Boaz Law Firm, P.C., our Salem and Eugene grandparent rights attorneys understand the significance of relationships that the child has outside of the parents. We have represented countless clients in a multitude of relationships with children of divorce. Count on us for an honest case assessment and realistic legal advice.

Third-Party Custody Rights Attorneys Serving The Salem Area

There are several situations when it might become necessary for a child to be removed from the parents, including;

  • Abuse
  • Neglect
  • Drug use
  • Criminal activity
  • Abandonment

While the statute used to focus exclusively on the grandparent-grandchild relationship, Oregon has expanded it to encompass many more relationships. Whether you are an uncle, aunt or even a close family friend, you might be able to gain custody of a child at risk. We encourage you to schedule a confidential consultation with a lawyer at our office as soon as possible.

Contact Our Oregon Family Law Firm Today

Question regarding grandparents' rights? Contact us today by phone at 503-400-9513 or by email using our secure online form. Our office hours are weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. We accept major credit cards and offer competitive rates for our services.