Do Grandparents Have Rights to Visitation?

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This week, Stephanie B. Noronha discusses whether or not grandparents have rights to visitation. She explains that parents have the fundamental right to parent their children and control decisions regarding a child’s upbringing. This includes custody and visitation rights of his or her child.

Unfortunately, this creates an arduous process of grandparents earning visitation rights if the parents disagree on the matter. Family and domestic situations can be stressful, contentious and emotional. Whether you are faced with separation and divorce, child custody, adoption, child support matters, or issues relating to domestic violence, our attorneys can help you through the process.  
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