What Rights Do Grandparents Have in Georgia?

What rights do grandparents have here in the state of Georgia? There are no automatic rights for grandparents. However, if your child or your child’s spouse is not letting you visit with your grandchildren there is ways to address it with the court system, either with you know regional competition or an intervention in a custody case. But a grandparent must show by clear and convincing evidence it is in the best interest of the child for you to be able to visit with them. Our attorneys here at the Atlanta Divorce Law are specifically trained to help you analyze your grandparent case so we can help you gather the evidence to support your position. Contact us today to find out more.

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