Call: 972-380-8000

user_mobilelogo

Our office is OPEN.
Free 15 Minute Price Quote. Reduced Hourly Rates.
Offering safe meetings in Addison, Plano or Frisco or video conferences
Contact Us online or call 972-380-8000 to schedule a meeting.

Conflict With Grandparents

Sometimes grandparents and parents just cannot get along. It does not matter whose fault it is. The children must be placed first, above the conflict. Conflict is no reason to deny a child a relationship with his grandparents.

There is history of the family that can be learned. There are old fashioned values that may be instilled. There are skills parents may not have that can be taught. For example, gardening, baking, playing a musical instrument, or woodworking.

Unfit Grandparents

Now, on the other hand, there may be grandparents that, for whatever reason, are unfit to have a relationship with the children. For example, the grand-parent may have a drug or alcohol addiction, may be abusive, may be a criminal, or some other problem that endangers the children.

Rita Boyd can help you sort out the issues relating to grandparents rights.

Contact Grandparents Rights Lawyer Rita Boyd

Whatever the particular aspects of your grandparents rights case are, it is my hope that you will call me. Call me right now at 972-380-8000, and make an appointment to come in and discuss your challenges. Together we can!  You can also email me.

Dallas Bar Association C.A.R.E. Tarrant County Bar Association Texas Family Law Foundation South Texas College of Law Texas Bar College

Dallas Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service State Bar of Texas Lawyer Referral Information Service Pro Bono Texas Avvo Client's Choice Award 2017

Contact Information:

Rita M. Boyd, Attorney
Law Office of Rita M. Boyd, P.C.
5057 Keller Springs Road
Suite 300
Addison TX 75001
Phone: 972-380-8000
Email: Email Rita
Privacy Policy

Disclaimer

*Rita M. Boyd is not certified by Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. Rita Boyd invites you to contact her and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting Rita does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to her until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.

What Rita's Clients Say

Rita's ability to adapt to situations on the fly was comforting
  -- Robert M.

My wife committed fraud and actually got Orders entered against me.  I don't know what my wife told the Judge. Nobody would even let me see the Orders she got against me, much less let me have a copy.  They were not available online, either mysteriously. Yet, the Orders affected my rights as to my property and my children. Inconceivable! Rita Boyd protected my rights when nobody else could or would.

  -- Billy E., Glenn Heights, Texas