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Learning More About Grandparents' Rights

Disputes over child custody and visitation mostly involve a child’s parents, but not all the time. It’s not a new idea, but families with grandparents as primary caregivers are becoming more common. Typically, the parents are still central figures in a child’s custody case, but the grandparents also get a say.

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