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Grandparents’ Rights Attorney in Flower Mound

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The law works hard to preserve parents’ rights to make decisions regarding their children. Unfortunately, sometimes grandparents struggle to protect their rights and maintain visitation time with their grandchildren.

Grandparents who are being denied visitation to their grandchildren for unjust reasons may be able to petition for legally granted visitation. Grandparents who have strong, beneficial bonds with their grandchildren may pursue these rights, but petitioning the court does not guarantee the request will be granted.

When it comes to securing grandparents’ rights, you need a powerful ally on your side who can help you present your case and obtain the desired outcome. When you call Phillip M. Herr, Attorney at Law, you are putting your case in capable hands. With more than 15 years of experience and a former Associate Judge, Mr. Herr has helped numerous clients with their cases and provides full-service counsel for all types of family law matters. As a Flower Mound grandparents’ rights attorney, Mr. Herr has the knowledge you need to secure your visitation rights.

Contact us online or call (469) 314-9216 to get started on your case.

When Can Grandparents Pursue Visitation?

Grandparents may pursue visitation in Texas when they can prove that it is in the child’s best interests. Grandparents may petition to obtain visitation rights or modify an existing visitation order in a small number of situations.

Texas’ grandparent statute allows grandparents to pursue visitation when:

  • At least one biological parent has parental rights over the child
  • The grandparent is able to demonstrate that denying visitation would be harmful to the child’s physical health or emotional well-being
  • The grandparent seeking visitation is the parent of the child’s biological parent
  • The child’s parent:
    • Has been incarcerated for at least three months
    • Has been declared mentally incompetent
    • Has passed away
    • Does not have court-ordered visitation with a child

These very specific circumstances must be met in order for the court to be able to grant visitation to grandparents. Because there are specific grounds to qualify under Texas caselaw and the Texas Family Code for grandparents’ visitation, you should consult Mr. Herr to further understand the specific legal requirements under the law.

Obtaining Visitation Rights as a Grandparent

The courts are automatically pre-dispositioned to protect the ability for biological parents to make decisions on behalf of their children, and will generally give them the benefit of the doubt in these petitions. Having an attorney on your side for these petitions is an important part of obtaining a successful outcome. At the Law Office of Phillip M. Herr, PLLC, we offer aggressive representation to help grandparents maintain a relationship with their grandchildren. We are passionate about helping families find favorable resolutions that protect the best interests of any children involved.

Retain the services of Phillip M. Herr, Attorney at Law, today. Contact us at (469) 314-9216 to get started.

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    Phillip M. Herr

    Founding Counsel

    Mr. Herr was an Associate Judge for Title IV-D Court #35. He has been licensed to practice law for over 15 years. Mr. Herr is experienced in the courtroom, ranging from contested trials to simple prove-ups. Mr. Herr is licensed to practice law in courts in the State of Texas, the United States Tax Court, and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas.


What Sets Us Apart? 

  • Former Associate Judge

    As a former Associate Judge of a title IV-D court, our attorney has the advantage of understanding the court system from both sides.

  • Award Winning

    Our attorney has won multiple awards, including Star Local Meda Readers' Choice Best Lawyer award and Best Civil Attorney for Denton County by the Readers of the New Connection Newspaper award.

  • 16 years of Legal Experience

    Our Attorney has 16 years of legal experience working towards your goal.

  • Personalized Attention

    Our attorney will provide you with trial-tested, caring advocacy and clear, honest advice. 

  • Client Focused - Results Driven

    Our priority is our clients best interest. We ensure they feel heard and understood.

  • Bilingual

    Our Attorney is bilingual; fluent in both Spanish and English.

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