Grandparents’ Rights

Grandparents’ Rights

In many family law situations involving the custody of a minor child, the grandparents might lose visitation rights with their grandchildren. If the parent of the grandchild has visitation rights removed, the custodial parents of a grandchild do not have to grant former in-laws any visitation with a grandchild. Georgia law was written to give […]

Who Receives Visitation Rights After a Divorce?

It is no secret that divorce can alienate certain members of a family. The reasons for a divorce are numerous and the effects can be felt for some time afterward. In some cases, life resumes in a similar way after the divorce is finalized. Yet for some, a couple’s divorce changes everything. When a divorce […]

Can My Child’s Grandparents Force Visitation?

Most often, visitation cases involve disputes between the parents of a child. However, visitation may also be granted in some cases to the grandparents of a child. These cases often arise when a grandparent believes that he or she is unreasonably being denied visitation with the child and would like the court to intervene in […]