Posted on : October 14, 2012
In Florida, currently 7.1% of children live in grandparent-headed households; however grandparent rights are limited. The courts say that due to the right of privacy, grandparents have little or no rights to their grandchildren. There are exceptions, however. A new law was passed to help Florida active duty military service members, which states that if…
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