WHEN YOU NEED HELP FROM THE GRANDPARENTS
Sometimes mom or dad might not always be able to be there for their child or children. There are many circumstances where this can arise, such as: illness, death, active military duty, incarceration, and the list goes on.
When events transpire that do not allow for a mother or father to be able to care for their child or children for a period of time, a Grandparent Power of Attorney (“Grandparent PoA”) might be a good solution. A Grandparent PoA will provide powers to a designated biological Grandparent or Step-Grandparent to care for the minor child or children of a parent or parents while the parent or parents are absent.
This can be an affordable legal solution to parents going through a hardship, because this Grandparent PoA can help avoid costs associated with temporary guardianships, DFACs involvement, and other more expensive legal solutions.
IS A GRANDPARENT POWER OF ATTORNEY RIGHT FOR MY SITUATION?
There are many situations in which this option might be cost effective and advantageous to help your child or children when a hardship arises in your life or duty calls. Contact Pasley, Nuce, Mallory & Davis, LLC, at any of our 4 office locations for a FREE consultation to see if a Grandparent PoA is right for your situation.