Divorce can leave grandparents floundering and worried that they will lose access and/or visitation to their grandchildren. Arizona is one of the few remaining states that still honor grandparents’ rights to decision-making and parenting time.
Just because your children have chosen to cut ties, does not mean that you have to sever relations with their children. If you are a grandparent whose grandchild was born out of wedlock, whose child has been divorced for more than three months and/or whose child is deceased or missing learn what and how to protect your rights.
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