Children and Grandparents

Children and GrandparentsGrandparents are for the most part central to the welfare and healthy development of children, often contributing greatly to children’s sense of identity in addition to the prosperity of family life.

When a relationship breaks down, grandparents can find that they spend less time with their grandchildren. This can be damaging to all concerned particularly if there was a healthy level of contact before the split. The Courts are now thankfully more willing than ever to recognise the contribution that grandparents make to the welfare of children, but it is important that grandparents have the proper advice and representation from the outset. If you need help to reinstate a healthy level of contact with your grandchildren or you are worried about the impact of a separation and need advice on what your rights are as a grandparent, we have expert solicitors on hand to assist you. For a free initial consultation* within 24 hours (at evenings or Saturday) with solicitors that you can trust please call us on 02921 679 333 or contact us and we will get back to you.