Child custody issues can go beyond simply parents and may involve grandparents, family members, or other care-givers for a child. When there is a non-parent care-giver for a child, the legal issues become complex and take on a constitutional dimension due to the substantive due process rights possessed by parents and protected by the Court. Accordingly, any time custody or visitation is granted to someone other than the biological parents of a child, there are complex legal issues at play. Our team of attorneys possess the knowledge and creativity to help you navigate third party and grandparent custody issues in Minnesota and help you through what is often an emotional and confusing process. If you are interested in pursuing third party or grandparent custody of a child you should speak to an attorney who understands the complexities of the law.