Understanding your rights
A devastating side effect of relationship breakdown is that grandparents do not as the law stands today have a right to contact with their grandchildren.
All too often the emotional impact of a relationship breakdown can ripple over and adversely affect a child’s relationship with their extended family, their grandparents in particular.
If a grandparent wishes to have contact with their grandchildren and this is refused by one or both parents, they may have no option but to apply to the court. This is not an easy process and expert and specialist family law advice is required.
Contact Lindsay Jones Specialist Child Law Solicitor Cheshire, Manchester, Altrincham, Lymm, Knutsford & Wilmslow
For expert family law advice on grandparents rights during divorce please contact email@example.com or telephone 0161 710 2030 or 07917711887 out of working hours