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Posted by Stephen Sowden on 21st August 2019
As a grandparent, do I have a legal right to see my grandchildren?


A the law does not give you an automatic right to see your grandchildren as you are not the child’s parent. At The Family Law Company we look at alternative ways of obtaining contact before going to court, but if we do make an application your relationship with the parents will come under scrutiny, as this can affect your grandchild.

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