In Wyoming and Colorado, as in many other states, grandparents do not have an automatic right to visit their grandchildren. If one parent objects, the grandparents may petition the court for visitation. Grandparent visitation cases can be some of the most complex cases in family law as they oftentimes require collaboration with the Department of Family Services, discussions about guardianship and adoption and jurisdictional hurdles. Over the years, the attorneys at Rostad Law, LLC have addressed all these issues in grandparent visitation cases and more. Call our office today and let us fight for you.