Sadly it is a well-known fact that the breakdown of marriage or relationship can affect the goodwill that previously existed between spouses and extended family members, particularly grandparents. This can have an impact on your “grandparents rights”.

Grandparents often play a significant role in the upbringing and care of children in today’s society, particularly as more and more parents are having to work on a full-time or part-time basis. Tension following a breakdown of marriage can sometimes impact upon that relationship which can be upsetting for grandparents as well as the grandchildren themselves.

We can provide you with affordable advice as to applications that would be available to assist under the Children Act 1989.

How can we help?

Major Family Law is one of the best family law firms in the north east; we only specialise in matters relating to family law and we are experts in dealing with extended family disputes. We can provide you with guidance and advice around grandparents rights and plan your next steps to maintain contact with your grandchildren.

Our service is time efficient and cost effective; we want to help you to continue to play a role in the lives of your grandchildren, so contact us today to arrange your free 45-minute initial consultation with a member of our friendly and talented team.