Grandparents' access to children to be encouraged
Agreements allowing grandparents access to their grandchildren after parents split up are being encouraged in a review of the law in England and Wales.
The family justice review will suggest a "statement in law" about the importance of both parents having a relationship with their children.
The interim report said such agreements should also "reinforce the importance of a relationship with grandparents".
Report author David Norgrove who chairs the Family Justice review panel said the interests of children was the priority.
31 Mar 2011
- From the section UK