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Are ther any rights for grandparents to get visitation

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asked Aug 20, 2013 in Civil Rights by anonymous
   

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Families crumble for any number of reasons: divorce, the death of a parent, drug and alcohol abuse, incarceration. Grandparents in the U.S. do have rights and can seek visitation with grandchildren, but those rights vary from state to state. In other situations, where there’s no divorce or custody case, grandparents can file their own case if the grandchild’s parents are separated, or if a parent has died. For more information you can refer this link.
http://www.grandparents.com/family-and-relationships/grandparents-rights/dograndparentshavetherightstheyshould

answered Dec 30, 2013 by kfox Inquisitive Expert (83,500 points)

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