Grandparents’ Rights

Grandparent's Rights in Minnesota

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Tuesday, 24 June 2008 00:00

The state of Minnesota does acknowledge the grandparent's rights in certain circumstances. For example, during or after a divorce proceeding, a grandparent may petition the Court for visitation rights to their grandchildren. These are limited circumstances, however, and the facts of your situation must specifically fall into the category contemplated by the statute. (Those specific situations are set forth in the statute below.) If your situation is one of those contemplated by the statute, you then have a right to petition the court for access to your grandchildren.

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