Children often lose the sense of their two family heritages and more importantly "who they are" when this relationship becomes distant. Grandparents can provide the connections during this time of turmoil.
Paternal grandparents observe the joy of other grandparents and, like their son, feel even more powerless. It challenges all of their beliefs about fairness and our judicial institutions.
Child Poverty will be mitigated when the love and resources of grandparents are part of a child's life.
For many children, especially teens, there is a sanctuary of calm and stability offered by grandparents, a place where they are loved. No one has the right to take that from a child or a grandparent.
Every Parenting Plan must recognize the unique role of grandparents in ensuring positive outcomes for our children. Our legislators and judiciary must ensure that our children always have this source of love.
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