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2sp_ | 20:12 Wed 17th Oct 2012 | Family & Relationships
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Do Grandparents have any access rights to see grandchildren?

For example - an unmarried couple have two children. The father is on both birth certificates and they have been living together for a few years.

Does the paternal grandmother have any legal rights to see the kids? Does it make any difference if the couple split up?

(Scots law)


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None whatsoever by default. They may, of course, become legal guardians of their grandchildren...
I don't think they do at the moment.
They was talk of giving them access rights.
Sadly not - delicate and careful negotiation within the family is currently the only way to go, as far as I am aware. Sad it is too in most cases.
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Thanks for the replies. I'll pass that on!
As a Grandfather of two the answer is, unfortunately, none (Scots law)
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