One goal of the Association is to become a key resource for grandparents who are physically removed from their grandchildren and would like to find a way to visit them. We are providing this guide to grandparent rights in all 50 states. Also see: Your guide to grandparent rights. Grandparents should check a number of provisions in the statutes in their respective states to determine the conditions for visitation , the factors a court must consider to order visitation, and the proper venue to file a request for visitation.
Grandparent rights: State by state
Illinois Disabled Adult Guardianship Visitation With Family Members Explained
Most grandparents find the idea of being unable to see their grandchildren inconceivable. In actuality, however, thousands of grandparents have faced the loss of their visitation rights. Some have successfully negotiated, either in or out of court, for the right to see their grandchildren, but others have had to learn to live with the loss of contact. The idea of grandparents' rights is a relatively new concept. Thirty years later, every state provided a way for grandparents to petition for contact with their grandchildren, although there were wide-ranging differences in the state statutes. Although a uniform law for each of the United States would make things much simpler, that has not happened and is unlikely to happen in the near future.
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Grandparents' Rights After the Death of a Child
Divorce divides one family into two, and kids can lose a lot in its wake, including time with extended family. While the parent who doesn't get primary custody is usually given visitation time with minor children, extended family members, like grandparents and aunts and uncles, usually aren't. But the laws are changing, and whether aunts and uncles can be awarded visitation rights depends on the state the kids are in as well as the exact family circumstances.
You might think there should be some kind of link between how much you care for a child and the amount of control you have over their life and your relationship with them. But many grandparents find out to their sorrow that no such correlation exists in the case of their grandchildren, at least not legally speaking. Instead, almost all of the control is in the hands of the parents.