Colorado statutes allow for grandparents to exercise their rights to visit with their grandchildren. This is crucial after a divorce, particularly when there is a lot of disagreement between parents. In some cases, grandparents may also consider petitioning the courts to intervene and allow their grandchildren to live with them, particularly if they are concerned about the safety of the child.
The court will always attempt to serve the best interest of the child. If you’re concerned about the safety of your grandchildren or you wish to have contact with your grandchildren, contact a family law attorney at Marquez & Herrick-Stare, LLC for help.