Solicitors for grandparents rights
For those grandparents estranged from their grandchildren, it can feel heartbreaking and hopeless. But there are options, and a family lawyer can help.
While grandparents do not have an automatic right to see their grandchildren, you can use tools such as mediation to help resolve the issue, or the family courts can intervene.
These situations frequently arise from a relationship breakdown or divorce (research puts the figure at 22%) or stemming from a disagreement between the parent(s) and grandparents(s). They are almost always high-conflict and emotional cases.
Here at Stowe, we have a number of family lawyers who regularly support grandparents to be reunited with their grandchildren using tools such as mediation or the family court system.
In most of these, the families have been successful, so it is important not to lose hope.