Grandchildren are the dots that connect the lines from generation to generation. ~Lois Wyse
Sometimes the lines get crossed and grandparents need specialist legal advice.
When relationships break down grandparents, who have been a major part of the children’s lives, are sometimes denied any contact. 42% of grandparents lose contact with their grandchildren when their parents separate. The courts have noted that contact with a grandparent may be beneficial for children but often it is necessary to start legal proceedings to get contact going again.
The Grandparents Legal Centre are specialists in advising about the steps grandparents need to take to try and resolve these difficult problems.
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