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Grandparent Rights in Family Law

Within the realm of Family Law, the rights of a grandparent hold a special and significant place, acknowledging the vital and often profound role that grandparents play in the lives of their grandchildren.

 

There is no enshrined legislation which provides for grandparents to have specific rights to see their grandchildren. The Court recognises that children should have relationships with persons who are significantly involved in their life and where the Court forms the view, that such a relationship to the child is in the child’s best interests. One of the best examples of such a relationship is a grandparent but can include other relatives or persons whom the child has developed a strong and important bond.

Do you have a question or issue as a grandparent seeking time with your grandchildren?

If you are a grandparent or a person who is significantly involved in a child’s life and are facing issues in maintaining a relationship with a child, our team of expert family lawyers have the experience, knowledge, and skill to advocate successful outcomes on your behalf. Please contact us to confidentially discuss your personal family circumstance with one of our experienced team at Simonidis Steel Lawyers.

Contact our Brisbane Family lawyers if you require any specific advice on your current situation. Our team will be more than happy to assist with any questions you may have.

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