What Rights Do Grandparents Have?
Grandparents often play a big part in a child’s life. Fortunately, in Ohio, grandparents can petition the court for visitation rights if conflict arises and a court determines it is in the best interests of the child.
Similar to allocating parental rights and responsibilities in a divorce, the court looks at a long list of factors when determining grandparent visitation rights.
Factors To Determine Grandparent Visitation Rights
- Whether the grandparent has an interest in the welfare of the child
- Whether the granting of the companionship or visitation rights is in the best interest of the child
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If you are a grandparent and wish to learn more about establishing visitation rights, reach out to our staff at Hartley Law Office, LLC, in Dayton. We have helped many individuals in your same situation. Whether it is during a divorce proceeding or child custody hearing, a lawyer from our office can help you establish visitation rights.
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