Grandparents’ rights

Myth
  Myth
“My husband’s parents have told me that they have rights regarding the children and I can’t legally stop them from seeing the children.”
Fact
  Fact
Grandparents do not have any specific legal rights when it comes to the grandchildren. If matters are in dispute, they first have to ask permission from the court to make an application. An application will only be successful if they can show that there has been a meaningful and on-going relationship.

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