Do Grandparents Have Rights in New York?

Do Grandparents Have Rights in New York? | Don Sinkov

{2:18 minutes to read} The short answer is, “Yes. Grandparents have visitation rights in New York.”

Every divorce agreement that I’ve seen specifically spells out that grandparents in New York have the right to see their grandchildren, and those rights won’t be denied. So that sounds great, and very legal, but how does that really work?

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