How can you be granted grandparent visitation rights in Wisconsin?
First, you must petition to the court. When you file your petition with the family court, it is important to ensure you have the guidance of a seasoned family lawyer in your corner. Wisconsin law outlines many factors that must be present in order to be granted visitation rights. Some of these factors are:
-The child is not adopted
-The judge feels as if granting visitation would serve the best interests of the child
-You have maintained, or attempted to maintain, a relationship with the child
If you need guidance throughout your family law case, contact our firm. We will help you obtain an optimal outcome for you, and your loved ones.
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