A step-parent often plays a huge and important role in their partner’s children’s lives. They form close bonds and tend to enjoy long and loving relationships within the family.
But what legal rights do they have?
Understanding your rights as a step-parent or step-grandparent
If this is an issue that’s affecting or worrying you – for instance, if you’re being denied time with your grandchildren or your concerns are being ignored – there are positive steps you can take.
Expert advice and legal guidance from proven specialists
Our highly experienced and specialist lawyers will be able to assist you in dealing with the complexities and issues that can arise.
This means you can sit down with somebody who is approachable and knowledgeable to identify the best ways to resolve any issues. Ultimately, we’re here to help you.
To stay in touch, get in touch
If you’ve any worries about what rights you may have as a step-parent or step-grandparent, the first and most important thing to do is talk to a friendly expert who specialises in such situations.
The two leading independent legal guides, Chambers and The Legal 500, both rank our team of family lawyers as the best in Devon and Cornwall. Several members of the team are members of the Law Society’s Children Panel, and are accredited Resolution specialists in children matters
Whatever expertise it takes to achieve a successful outcome, we’re here to provide it.