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Thank you for contacting the Grandparents Rights Organization. We are a national nonprofit organization working to promote and educate in order to help create and expand laws for grandparents and grandchildren. In response to questions regarding individual personal cases around the country, each state governs its own laws with respect to the rights of a grandparent to be able to have access or visitation with their grandchild. The state that has jurisdiction over the child is the state where the law will usually be applied.

 

We recommend that if you have a question regarding your own rights to see your grandchild or have a case pending and need legal help, you should consult with a family law attorney in the jurisdiction where the case is either pending or where it will be filed. Our organization is not able to provide legal services to individuals. If you do not know of an experienced attorney practicing family law, we suggest that you either contact your local Bar Association or the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers at www.aaml.org and search for an attorney in your state and local area. For cases where you wish to hire or consult with an attorney in Michigan, you may contact The Law Offices of Richard S. Victor, PLLC, Of Counsel to Hertz Schram, at 248-646-7177 for an appointment.

Richard Grandson


GRO is pleased to report that most states have either reinstated or amended their laws to provide some form of rights for grandparents to access the courts to see their grandchildren if a parent has denied them visitation following the 2000 US Supreme Court case that addressed this issue. We at GRO are attempting to work with state legislatures in order to continue to improve laws around the country in order to help reunite children and grandparents who have been amputated because of family dysfunction, which has prevented grandparents from being able to see their grandchildren.
If you wish to work to better laws within your own state, contact your state representative and state senator and let them know of your concern to help us in our fight for grandparents, grandchildren and families. Thank you.

Sincerely,
Richard


Richard S. Victor,
Founder/Executive/Director/Attorney

Grandparents Rights Organization
www.grandparentsrights.org
1760 S. Telegraph Road, Suite 300
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

248-646-7177