With changes in demographics, grandparents are living longer and want to spend as much time as they can with their grandchildren. There is no other book in the marketplace that so clearly addresses the rights of this growing population.
This new edition explains the ramifications for all 50 states relating to the U.S. Supreme Court case of Troxell v. Granville, plus the findings of subsequent cases. A new Frequently Asked Questions section opens the text. All forms and state laws have been reviewed and updated where needed. New chapters include information regarding mediation and the court system relating to visitation rights for grandparents, guardian ad litem, cyber-grandparenting, and handling the divorce of grandparents and the visitation of their grandchildren.
A new appendix lists agencies, organizations, and websites that can serve as a resource for the reader. Blank, easy-to-use, tear-out forms are available for immediate use by the reader.
Grandparents and Sports
visiting the Grand Kids
Grandparents as Parents
Grandparent Buying Power