Grandparents & Other Family

As a grandparent, you may find that strained relationships with your own children or divorce may affect the time you get to spend with your grandchildren.

Whilst grandparents do not have automatic rights to spend time with their grandchildren, the Courts understand and recognise the importance of these relationships and therefore are unlikely to prevent a grandparent from spending time with their grandchildren unless there are good reasons to justify this.  If you cannot reach an agreement with your grandchildren’s parents, then you can apply to the Court for permission to make an application for a Child Arrangements Order. The Court will take into consideration various factors and subject to permission being granted, you will be in a position to make an application for access to your grandchildren.

For immediate assistance, please call us now on 0203 463 1300 or click here to make an enquiry.

How we can help

Here at CSL Law we can provide you with clear and expert advice about the merits of your issue and provide guidance should you need to make an application to Court.  We appreciate and understand the effect such an application can have on you and your family and therefore do our best to ensure that through our honest advice we make the process as smooth as possible for you.


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