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Fort Bend County Grandparents’ Rights Attorney

Protect Your Right to Maintain a Relationship with Your Grandchildren

In Texas, many grandparents have certain rights to visitation with their grandchildren. It is healthy for children to have a relationship with their grandparents.

You may be able to obtain custody or visitation if:

  • Your child has passed away and you are being denied access to your grandchildren
  • You can prove eligibility as a de facto custodian
  • You meet the requirements of an eligible third party

Whether you are seeking custody for the child’s protection or visitation to remain present in your loved one’s life, Jamie Jordan Zand, PLLC can help. Our Fort Bend County grandparents’ rights attorney has over a decade of experience helping grandparents in Texas protect their rights.

Contact us online or at (832) 463-4933 to discuss your situation during a free consultation.

Qualifying as a De Facto Custodian

You may be able to obtain custody of your grandchild if he/she has lived in your home and you have served as his/her primary caretaker. To meet the requirements to be a de facto custodian, your grandchild must have been living with you for an extended time, and the child’s parents must be unable to provide for the child properly.

It is in your best interests to work with a capable and knowledgeable attorney when seeking custody this way. We can help you craft a solid case that will improve your chances of success.

Third-Party Custody

If you do not qualify as a de facto custodian but believe that your grandchild should be in your custody or have visitation time with you, you may be able to request custody or visitation as a third party. Third-party custody rights extend to grandparents, extended family members, and other individuals who have a solid case for why they should have the right to spend time with the child.

Seek Guidance from Attorney Jamie Zand

Have you been raising your grandchildren alone? Our firm can help you obtain the right to make decisions on their behalf. With a Custody Consent Decree in place, you will be able to make doctor’s appointments for your grandchild, enroll them in school, and handle other aspects of their care.

Our Fort Bend County grandparents' rights attorney at Jamie Jordan Zand, PLLC can assist you with the legal action needed to address the matter in court. We can help you draft an appropriate agreement and navigate the court process to protect your right to your grandchildren. Attorney Jamie Zand is very experienced in the area of grandparents’ rights and can help you evaluate your personal situation to find the best route to getting access to your grandchildren.

Get in touch with us today by calling (832) 463-4933. Your initial consultation is free and confidential.

Meet Attorney Jamie Jordan Zand

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    Jamie Jordan Zand

    Attorney

    Attorney Jamie Zand understands the pain of divorce – her parents divorced when she was a child and she has also personally experienced the pain of divorce from a previous marriage. She understands the emotional turmoil of this difficult time and she is passionate about providing caring and compassionate representation to clients navigating a divorce. Whether you are facing a contested divorce or a more amicable uncontested divorce, Attorney Jamie Zand is ready to help you.

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Why Jamie Jordan Zand? 

Your future depends on it. 
  • Results - Driven

    We are a results-oriented divorce law firm with an excellent track record of success and an outstanding reputation in the legal community.

  • Personalized Service

    We take the time to understand your needs. We consider ourselves partners in our clients’ success and strive to be worthy of the trust you place in us.

  • Excellent Value

    The size and experience of our practice allows us to offer high-quality work at much more reasonable rates than most high-end law firms in Fort Bend County.

Contact Us 

832-463-4933


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