This blog is about so much more than Grandparents Rights
Most of my posts have been about Grandparents Rights for a good reason. Now and then I come across a story that is so very compelling that it deserves to be shared, My Brother and Sister-in-law have some friends that have a huge challenge in their lives right now and I wanted to let the ... [+]
A SMALL BUT SIGNIFICANT STEP TOWARDS GRANDPARENTS RIGHTS
I have taken great pains to explain why there will never be a sweeping single piece of legislation that covers Grandparents Rights. I wish it wasn’t so but that is the reality. I guess the question is; Now what do we do?. The answer is in the state legislatures.
An example of progress is the Oregon ... [+]
VERY HOPEFUL FOR GRANDPARENTS RIGHTS
The Supreme Court of New Hampshire rules to preserve the grandparents visitation rights even if a child’s parents die and they are adopted. This is a sure sign that New Hampshire, at least, recognizes “The best interest of the child” and the need for stability and continuity in their lives.
I have said before that especially ... [+]