What rights do grandparents have during and after divorce proceedings?
They are stronger than many GPS realize. Of course parties agreeing to stay nuetral concerning their child divorce from the former spouse helps extremely in seeing the grand child.
Wow tough situation all around, unless there is due cause of abuse or negect, legally grandparents have no rights. Just be there for the kids as much as you can, because they will need you. If you have to do a little butt kissing to either parent do it so that the kids can benefit from the added love and guidance of a grandparent!!!!!!
in most states grandparents don't have any rights unless there are extenuating circumstances. stay as neutral as you can with both parents so they let you see your grandchildren
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