Representing Relatives, Caregivers, and Parents Being Denied Their Rights
- Grandparent or another relative who believes the children are in a harmful or at-risk situation and that neither of the parents is able or fit to provide proper care
- Someone who is already caring for children who are not your own but may need the legal right to make medical decisions and collect child support to provide for them
- A young parent who is being unfairly denied parental rights
- “De facto” parent fulfilling the role of mother or father to a significant other’s children, when the parent is not concerned or involved
If you fit in any of the above categories, Stange Law Firm, PC, can help you. You can also read another page on this topic titled: Third Party Visitation Rights in Missouri.
Dealing With Parental Rights and Grandparent Custody
We treat parental rights — and grandparents’ rights — with the utmost care. However, we do recognize that there are cases where children are far better off in another’s care. The law takes into consideration what is in “the best interest of the child” — and we will take the necessary actions to uphold it.
Finances are another important part of raising children which we take a practical approach in child guardianship cases. Grandparents or others fulfilling the obligations of parenting should be able to make important decisions and have access to child support and take advantage of tax deductions, when appropriate and possible.
Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Nebraska Third Party Custody Lawyers
We treat every case individually with the care and respect you deserve. To sit down with a third-party custody issues lawyer, contact Stange Law Firm, PC, for your confidential consultation. We have offices in St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas City, Springfield, Columbia, Wichita, Topeka, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Omaha, and Lincoln.