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Going to Court for Grandchildren Visitation.

Grandparents: Many child advocates believe the grandparent-grandchild relationship is so important to children in general, but to children of broken families in particular, that court should be a solution to denial of visitation.

Grandparenting

Time for Court for Grandparents.

Jan Wilson

Many state laws do provide reasonable visitation rights for both maternal and paternal grandparents, although national laws are not very friendly to grandparents. If all else has failed, maybe it is time to go to court.

If all else has failed, you may decide to go to court.

Many child advocates believe the grandparent-grandchild relationship is so important to children in general, but to children of broken families in particular, that court should be a solution to denial of visitation. A final solution, of course, but one that is worthwhile for the children involved.

Again, because of the emotional and financial burden to the grandparents, it should be the last resort, after you have tried negotiations with the custodial parent, mediation, and just plain swallowing your pride and begging.

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Once you have decided to go to court, you should be aware the best interests of the children will probably be the legal standard in the state of your grandchildren’s residence.

Start by collecting evidence that you and the children had a consistently loving and caring relationship in the past.

Also collect documents, witnesses, and other evidence that contact with you is in the best interests of the children.

Collect this evidence before seeing an attorney to save time and money in the case.

Remember, that the law of the state where your grandchildren live is the applicable law here although federal laws are not friendly to grandparents.

Then call a local bar association in that city or area and state. Ask for a referral to a family-law attorney who has experience in non-parental (third-party) visitation rights.

Good luck.

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