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Grandparents Rights

Florida Statue 752 is very misleading to the non-attorney reader. This statute makes it appear that Grandparents have visitation rights to children in the State of Florida, and that is just not the case. There are certain factors that would cause a Grandparent to obtain rights under other areas of the law, temporary custody and or concurrent custody (chapter 751) or under Chapter 39, Dependency; however, parents have the constitutional right to rear their children, and this is not superseded by a grandparent's desire to maintain a relationship with a minor child over the parent(s) objections to the same. If a child is being abused, abandoned or neglected as defined in Chapter 39 of the Florida Statutes, this is a different matter, and the court may protect a child by sheltering them with a grandparent. For more information on how to protect your grandchild or what your rights are as a parent you can contact the offices of Schwam-Wilcox & Associates by calling 407-245-7700, e-mailing info@cbswlaw.com or by visiting the website at www.cbswlaw.com . After reviewing your case with an attorney, you will know what , if anything, can be done by you, the grandparent to "protect" your grandchild. Home Offices: Orlando

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