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Grandparents’ Rights

There are sometimes circumstances where grandparents find themselves having to seek separate advice on contact with their grandchildren. 

This can arise either because they want contact independently of the arrangement (or lack thereof) between their own child and the children or because the other parent is putting up obstacles. We act for grandparents in these (and other) circumstances to effect or maintain contact with their grandchildren, in often difficult situations. Distance, frequency, conflicting priorities, hostile parents can be some of the hurdles grandparents have to overcome to enjoy meaningful contact with their grandchildren. We are very experienced in dealing with these issues in often upsetting circumstances.