Grandparents' rights

By: Joan Bundy Law  07/22/2014

Grandparents play a vital role in a child’s life. They are the keepers of family tradition and have the accumulated wisdom of many years, which can play a significant factor in the child’s future success. The grandparents’ role is particularly important when the parents are unable or have limited ability to care for the child. As society changes and nontraditional patterns of family organization grow, grandparents’ legal rights is becoming an increasingly important area of family law. Since exercising these rights can be challenging and complex, seeking the guidance of an experienced Chandler grandparents’ rights attorney is a wise investment.


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