Frisco Domestic Partner Lawyer

At our Frisco, Texas, law firm, the Law Office of Lauren Cain, our attorney has nearly two decades of experience helping clients with a wide range of complex family law issues, including those related to grandparent rights and domestic partnership rights. She handles the most emotionally difficult matters with compassion and efficiency, knowing that a lengthy legal process usually leaves both sides wounded. Our Firm Handles All Challenging Family Law Matters

Grandparent Rights Issues

Grandparents must overcome several legal obstacles to gain visitation or custody when a parent is fighting the request. Our attorney is a strong advocate for grandparents who seek to be involved in their grandchildren’s lives. We help them document the need for a formal visitation or custody order. We help them prove that the child would benefit from their involvement. We help them demonstrate the danger to a child in emergency situations involving one or both parents. In short, we help grandparents jump through the legal hoops that surround the matter of grandparents’ rights.

We have also represented parents who are trying to deny grandparents custody of grandchildren. Grandparents may seek custody because they falsely believe that a child is in imminent danger. Judges are very cautious in such matters; we make sure they have all the facts about our client’s relationship with the grandparent and the care of the child.

Domestic Partner Issues

Custody, visitation and support disputes involving domestic partners and gay or lesbian same-sex couples can be as challenging as those involving grandparents. This makes it important to have strong legal representation to advocate for you. At the Law Office of Lauren Cain, we assist people involved in custody and support disputes during the dissolution of domestic partnerships. When there are children involved, custody and visitation may be complicated. For example, if the children were adopted, or if they are the biological children of one of the parties and were not adopted by the other partner, the courts depend largely on the facts of the case. This means that it is often necessary to bring in experts to testify about the best interests of the child and the circumstances of both partners.

Ask a Child Custody Lawyer

Our law firm works with a wide range of experts who conduct home visits, interview the children and testify on behalf of our clients. For a Texas grandparents’ rights attorney, contact the Law Office of Lauren Cain. Call 214-326-4664 for a Collin County attorney who listens to your concerns and protects your interests.