Granparents Rights: What You Should Know
Current Grandparent rights law does allow Grandparents some rights. But there are significant legal procedural and factual hurdles that you must meet to gain Grandparent rights. California state law has specific statutes regarding grandparent rights in Family Code Sections 3100 to 3105.
Grandparents rights are essentially a fight with the grandparents own children to spend time the grandkids. The result may be that the relationship between parent and grandparent is greatly strained.
However, in some grandparent rights cases, the grandparents and parents are already estranged. As a result, the grandparents who had a good relationship with the grandchildren now don’t have any contact with them at all and it would be in the children’s best interest to maintain their relationship with their grandparents.
At the other end of the spectrum are grandparents rights cases in which the grandparents don’t have any relationship with the children, or grandparents who have significant deficits in parenting or who are a danger to the children.
It is critical to contact an attorney who specializes in grandparent rights to evaluate all of your options before litigation in this arena is raised.
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