In Iowa grandparents and great grandparents can ask a court to grant you visitation rights to your grand or great grandchild only if their own child is deceased. If the child’s parent (your child) has not passed, a grandparent has no legal right to visitation under Iowa law. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/grandparents-visitation-rights-in-iowa
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In this video, we discuss how a grandparent would go about acquiring visitation rights to see their grandchildren. We cover the following: How does a Judge Decide Whether to Grant Grandparents’ Visitation Rights?, What Evidence Can You Present to Show That a Custodial Parent is Unfit?, and A Court’s Decision to Grant Grandparent’s Visitation Rights
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