Sometimes a conflict between parents and grandparents can lead to the children being denied contact with the grandparents. It’s part of the parent’s exercising of parental responsibility to decide whom the children may see and when. It is important to know that just because grandparents do not have the same automatic rights to contact as parents do, does not mean that they have no recourse. If you and your grandchildren have a good relationship and you believe that not being able to see them is having a bad effect on them you’ll want to do what you can to see them again.
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Head of Family Department
Family Law Solicitor