Grandparents Rights

At Ashmans Solicitors we are frequently asked what are grandparents rights when they have been denied access to their grandchildren. The sad truth is that grandparents do not have an automatic right to contact with their grandchildren, however, family courts do recognise the invaluable role that grandparents play in their grandchildren’s lives and the positive benefits for the grandchildren in this relationship being promoted.

Whilst grandparent’s rights are limited, they can apply for permission (leave) to apply for a Child Arrangement Order to enable them to spend time with their grandchildren.

 

The courts will consider the following when Grandparents make an application seeking permission to apply for a Child Arrangement Order

If you are successful, you can apply for a Child Arrangement Order through the court to gain access to your grandchildren.

At Ashmans Solicitors our experienced team will ensure that your case is prepared to the highest standards and assist you to resolve any disputes amicably so that you are able to continue having an ongoing relationship with your grandchildren.

CONTACT US NOW

Call our helpful family law department at Ashmans Solicitors today
on 0192 460 1054 to receive confidential and helpful advice
or alternatively e-mail on info@ashmanssolicitors.com.

OR

Send Your Enquiry

WHY CHOOSE US?

The service we offer to you is as individual as you are. Due to each matter being different and everyone having different needs and requirements, we know how important it is that you have a law firm to represent you that you can trust to act for you as an individual and not just as a case.

       
  • We are offer fast, efficient and expert advice immediately.
  •    
  • You are given a free initial consultation.
  •    
  • Our professional and experienced family law team will always put you and your child's best interest first.
  •    
  • We have multi lingual staff on hand to provide you with assistance.
  •    
  • Competitive prices
  •    
  • High success rate