Connecticut Grandparents' Rights Attorney
Do grandparents have any rights in custody cases?
Grandparents have unique and special relationships with their grandchildren. Seeing your child's child makes your heart warm and provides you with an endless sense of wonder. Unfortunately, the relationship between a grandparent and grandchildren is often threatened by divorce. When your relationship with your grandchild is severed by the child's parent, sometimes you, as a grandparent, can request rights of visitation.
Grandparent Rights in CT
In Connecticut, grandparents have the right to petition the court for visitation rights. When a grandparent seeks visitation, they must show that the relationship between them and the child is similar to a parent-child relationship and that the denial of visitation would cause real and significant harm to the child.
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