Grandparent's Rights

In Pennsylvania, child custody is determined by analyzing the Best Interests of the Children.  Sometimes, the Best Interests of the children require that someone other than a parent raise the children, even on a temporary basis, in order to ensure the safety and comfort of the children.  This often means that the child's grandparent seeks custody of the children in order to help them thrive, against the odds, and in spite of the child's parents' struggles.

If you are a grandparent seeking to help your grandchild, please contact us for a Free Consultation.  We can discuss your intentions, and the role the Court will play in helping you help your grandchild


What children need most are the essentials that grandparents provide in abundance.  They give unconditional love, kindness, patience, humor, comfort, lessons in life.  

Most importantly, cookies. 

~~Rudolph Giuliani