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Grandparents Rights Law Basics: Whether the parents have stopped letting the grandparents see their grandchildren, the parents are going through a divorce, or one of the parents has passed away, the rights of grandparents in regard to the their grandchildren varies among the states. The Cincinnati lawyer(s) at Shade Law Group answer your important questions, on video, about grandparent rights in Ohio. For answers to your legal questions about Grandparents Rights Law, click on a question below, or to contact Shade Law Group about Grandparents Rights Law issues, use the form below or call (513) 318-3530.

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Back in January the courts in Maryland gave my mother in law emergency custody of my kids ages 4 and 1. I went into the hospital for a suicide attempt. Do I have a chance at getting them back if I am better now?

Can a grandparent ever get custody of a grandchild against a natural parent in Ohio?

Can grandparents adopt their grandchildren?

Can grandparents get temporary custody?

Can parents deny grandparent visitation in Ohio?

Do grandparents have any rights of custody or visitation with their grandchildren?

Do great-grandparents have visitation rights?

Do we need a letter of permission to seek medical help if emergencies arise for our grandchildren?

How can I file for grandparent rights in Ohio?

How can I make sure I can see my grandchild?

How can parents protect their children from unfit grandparents?

How do courts determine whether grandparents get visitation?

I am a grandparent and am being refused permission to see my grandchildren. Is there anything I can do in Ohio?

I think my grandchild is being neglected, and maybe even abused, what can I do?

If grandparents have parental rights, can they make the biological mom take the biological father sign over his rights?


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Shade Law Group

5374A Cox-Smith Rd
Mason, Ohio 45040

(513) 318-3530

About Our Firm

For over 10 years, attorneys in the Shade Law Group have provided legal skill and experience to our clients. Our mission is not only to provide our clients with the best possible outcome for their legal matter, but to make sure our clients are informed about and comfortable with the legal process. We are located in Mason, Ohio and the majority of the clients we serve and the cases we handle are in the southwest Ohio counties of Warren, Butler, Hamilton, Clermont, and Montgomery. We serve individuals, families, and businesses in a variety of matters such as family or domestic relations law, juvenile law, estate planning, and estate administration (probate), business formation, development, and representation, personal injury or wrongful death, medical malpractice, employment disputes, consumer protection, product liability, other civil disputes, and criminal and DUI defense.

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The Ohio lawyer(s) at Shade Law Group offer their Grandparents Rights Lawservices to residents of the Greater Cincinnati area including Hamilton County, Butler County, Clermont County, and Warren County. Our lawyers serve clients in Cincinnati, Norwood, St. Bernard, Kenwood, Blue Ash, Montgomery, Anderson, Sharonville, Springdale, Forest Park, Finneytown, Mt. Healthy, North College Hill, Colerain, Western Hills, Cheviot, Green Township, Delhi, Harrison, Cleves, Hamilton, Fairfield, West Chester, Middletown, Franklin, Springboro, Monroe, Oxford, Lebanon, Mason, Maineville, Batavia, Milford, Loveland, Amelia, and Withamsville.