February is the month of love. Is there any greater love than the love of a grandparent for a grandchild? One of the most difficult issues facing grandparents is where a child will reside when biological parents are not responsible for the shelter, health, safety and welfare of their own child. Such circumstances break a grandparent’s heart. In Walker County, the drug use has been labeled by the media as an epidemic problem. Many grandparents are faced with the overwhelming responsibility of rearing a grandchild. Unemployment, drug use, incarceration are just a few factors that have left grandparents with the daunting task of being the primary care taker of their grandchildren. More and more courts are awarding grandparents custody when it has been proven by the representing attorney that custody with the grandparent is in the “best interest of the child”. Call me today and let me help solve your problem.
Call “The Problem Solver” Johnna Baker Law Firm, LLC today and mend a broken heart 205-275-5435
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Johnna Baker, Esq.