Cory Clements and Ashton Anderson

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Protecting The Rights Of Grandparents And Foster Parents

There are some circumstances where a child’s parents become unfit or unable to care for their child. Our family law attorneys at AndersonClements, PLLC, in Abilene, represent grandparents and foster families to protect their rights and preserve the best interests of the children involved.

Representing Foster Parents

Foster parents are sometimes put into difficult situations when they are entrusted with the care of minor children. There are instances in which the children entrusted to foster care may benefit from permanent placement or adoption with a willing foster family, only to meet brick walls with the child’s biological parents or family. When this occurs, our lawyers can provide guidance and assistance to the foster families. We can help protect your rights as a foster parent and advocate on your behalf to ensure the welfare of the children involved.

Preserving Rights And Seeking Custody And Child Support For Grandparents

Sometimes, when parents are unfit to care for their own child or children, it is common for the grandparents to step in. When grandparents have been heavily involved in the care of a child, they may need to protect their rights. In some cases, grandparents might need to seek custody or visitation rights in order to preserve consistency and stability for their grandchild.

Reach Out To A Family Law Attorney

If you are a foster parent or a grandparent and you are concerned about preserving your rights and protecting a child’s best interests, we would be happy to talk to you more about your case.To schedule time with us, contact our office by calling 325-899-3638 or by sending an email through our website. We look forward to telling you more about how we can help you with your case.