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Can My Parents Seek Visitation from the Courts?

In Child Custody by Sarah Hink

When parents separate, the issue of child custody can naturally become passionately contested. Both parents want to maintain their time and relationships with their children and draw their lines in the sand. Sometimes, grandparents see this battle and may come to the conclusion that they are going to end up with severely limited access to their precious grandchildren. This can lead to legal challenges by grandparents. If you are a grandparent, or a parent who believes that a grandparent intends to fight over your children, it will interest you to know some of the rights afforded to grandparents in North Carolina. The Right to Visitation in a Custody Order North Carolina General Statute Section 50-13.2 allows a court to grant visitation rights for grandparents under certain circumstances that are more …