Grandparent Visitation with a Child

When the topic of family law comes up, one often overlooked area is the right for grandparents to have visitation with their grandchildren. In Colorado, every grandfather or grandmother has a right to reasonable visitation with their grandchildren due to the value our country places on a close family bond. Usually, it is up to a parent to decide who can and cannot spend time with a child, however, close family members, such as grandparents, …

Grandmother Awarded Custody of Her Grandchildren

In Corpus Christi Texas, a grandmother will be given custody of her four grand children after her son, Ryan Sanders, and his wife, Heather Sanders, were found homeless on a beach. Beth Davis has overseen the children’s medical care since the arrest. The Sanders were not in court when Judge Brent Chesney decided if the children should remain in the care of Child Protective Services or be given to their grandmother. The Sanders’s attorney says photos or …

Grandparents’ Rights In Divorce

No one wants a divorce to happen and children to be alienated from family, but it happens every day. With the divorce rate increasing yearly, now reaching 50%, more and more grandparents are involved in trying to remain in the lives of their grandchildren. Divorce is often heartbreaking for everyone involved and the children are stuck in the middle of the situation. In Colorado, there are laws that help protect the rights of the grandparents and in …


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