FAQ - Divorce

My child and former in-law are divorced and now I am being kept from seeing my grandchildren.  How can I get to see them?

Grandparents who are unable to see their grandchildren may file for visitation also known as grandparent’s rights. A person who meets certain requirements may file for visitation, legal decision-making and placement under A.R.S §25-409.The local superior court may have forms with instructions available that you can prepare, or you may seek the help of an attorney.
Resources:
•    Maricopa County establish grandparents visitation packet
•    A.R.S. §25-409

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