Visitation Rights … Fathers and Grandparents Watch This!
Visitation Rights …
Fathers and Grandparents Watch This! Things are beginning to heat up in this area. See this happy picture at left? If you click on the Flickr link below the picture, you would see that it is a candid glimpse into the way it should be. And, it is also a spontaneous glimpse into a part of civilization that is sadly missing from more and more homes, particularly in ‘ developed countries ‘.
This issue of grandparents visitation has two sides. Each requires love and respect, i.e., mutual love and respect. The law alone is powerless to make it happen for anyone but the lawyers involved and which ever party gets the nod from the law on such issues when in conflict.
It has gotten so bad in some of the more ‘ advanced societies ‘, even where a supposed relationship without rancor exists, that they resort to sending surrogate visitors to visit the elderly grandparents rather than making a genuine visit at least now and then. As always, it is the kids and the society that pay the price.
Anyway, let’s see what is happening with child visitation for grand parents in Georgia!
Perhaps when this actually becomes law — even before, the .gov should get creative and find ways that will help society and help develop programs and incentives for dysfunctional families to get their act together, rather than duke it out in court, so the importance of marriage and family become central to our policies once again. Is it possible that the leading individual policy makers have been deliberately undermining family? Do you think it is just random events that just happen to be devastating with no real design to it, i.e., policy makers with insufficient insight and wisdom who just follow equally willy nilly trend setters? Is the institution of marriage and family really under a sustained attack?
Dads Can Win Visitation Rights
Even as grandparents continue to rebuild access to their grand children through visitation, non custodial parent rights to child visitation as well as fathers rights custody are receiving more equal treatment in the law, courts, and public policy. This equality is far from just given to Dads, they must fight for it! Dads Can Win is more than 250 power packed information, state by state detail, strategy suggestions, and critical resources you will need with or without a lawyer!