Rights for Grandparents

Grandparents often play an important role in the lives of their grandchildren.

Grandparents often play a crucial role in the lives of their grandchildren.

Despite the important role that Grandparents often have in the lives of their grandchildren, they do not have an automatic right to spend time with them and this valuable relationship can be overlooked or intentionally blocked in a divorce or separation. However, grandparents can make an application to the Court for an order allowing them to see their grandchildren and so if you have been refused access to your grandchildren and would like to know what options are available to you, then our family law team can advise and assist you in resolving your dispute through collaborative law, mediation or negotiation or if necessary, through court proceedings.

The Family and Divorce Team

Melanie den Brinker

Melanie den Brinker

Alexandra Miles

Alexandra Miles

Margaret Sculpher

Margaret Sculpher
Associate Solicitor

We recognise how important it is that you have confidence in your legal advisor. Therefore, if you would like to have an initial discussion before deciding how to proceed, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Call us now on

01892 510 222

to speak to one of our legal professionals

Alternatively you can Email: info@bussmurton.co.uk
or contact individual team members directly on our Peoples page.