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The power of a Family Court Judge – A parent’s custody rights being given to a non parent?

San Diego Divorce and Family Law Attorney, Paul Staley, released a new YouTube video for people who are curious if: A parent’s custody rights being given to a non parent?

It is only natural that a mother and father should have the primary right to custody over their children. That said, there are times when a person who is not a parent may also have custodial rights over a child. Considering the dramatic rate of children being born to unwed parents, coinciding with the worst economic decade in generations, many parents have relied on non-parents to assist in the rearing of their children.

Family Law Attorney Paul Staley answers frequently asked questions. A parent’s custody rights being given to a non parent? Please call our San Diego Office at 619-235-4095

Transcript of Paul’s Video

A parent’s custody rights being given to a non parent?

In the usual case we see custody or visitation rights given to say a grandparent or to grandparents, very often those parents have been joined in the family court proceedings which is — so now we’ve not just the mom and dad involved in the court proceedings, we’ve got grandma and grandpa or one or the other. And the court can give custody and or visitation rights to a non parent but it’s extremely rare– and in some cases– impossible to do over the objection of one parent.

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