Can grandparents seek Orders to see their grandchildren?
Posted: 4th May 2016
Posted by: 7thmin985
Yes. The Family Law Act 1975 specifically provides that children have a right to spend time on a regular basis with their parents and other significant people in their lives unless it is not in their best interests.
At Evans Brandon Family Lawyers at Bundall on the Gold Coast, we have acted in a number of matters where we have applied to the Family Court of Australia on behalf of grandparents and third parties who are not the parents of a child.