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Two sets of grandparents sue to continue seeing grandchildren

Many grandparents in Clarksville may share the same love they feel for their children with their grandchildren. That love may prompt them to be involved heavily in their grandchildren’s lives, even to the point of performing some duties that many may perceive to be parental. It may come as little shock, then, to know that should such a relationship be interrupted by the actions of the children’s parents, the grandparent’s may in turn fight retain their own visitation rights. As is the case in most all disputes regarding visitation, the court will likely rely heavily on the opinion of whether or not allowing the grandparent’s access to the children is truly in the kids’ best interests.

Noncustodial parent rights regarding children’s medical records

When parents in Clarksville divorce, the care and concern that each feels towards their kids may remain unchanged. However, their new circumstances may make remaining involved in every aspect of their children’s lives more difficult. The hope is that divorced parents may be able to put aside any differences or disagreements they may have to attempt to make important decisions regarding their children together. Yet if a significant amount of acrimony and animosity still exists between them, efforts may be made by both to exclude the other whenever possible.

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