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If you are not the legal parent of a child, Arizona allows certain third parties to petition the court for visitation or decision-making rights. These cases are typically filed by grandparents or other third parties. Certain conditions must be met before someone is eligible for Chandler third party rights. In certain cases where both legal parents are unable to care for a child, it may be possible for the grandparent or third party to acquire legal decision-making rights regarding the child.
Requesting third party rights can be complicated, especially if you are unfamiliar with Arizona family laws. It is important to consult with a qualified Chandler third party rights attorney before filing a petition. Our Chandler family lawyers are committed to protecting your rights and acting in the best interests of any children involved in the situation. You can contact our firm via our online form or call (480) 721-8772 to schedule a confidential consultation.