A child’s relationship with their grandparents is a special one and one that the courts do their utmost to promote and encourage.  A child has two sets of grandparents who should remain part of that child’s life whatever happens to the relationship between the parents.

Many grandparents find they have been locked out when their grandchild’s parents’ relationship breaks down.  Sometimes there is a breakdown in the relationship between the grandparents and the child’s parent or parents that results in the grandparents losing contact with their grandchild.

We can help you to resume that relationship.  If negotiation is not possible we can apply to the court to seek permission for you to apply to see your grandchild and we can help you through the court process and sort out the frequency, timing and where the contact takes place. 

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