A review of the visitation case In Matter of P.B. that went through the New Hampshire Supreme Court on May 12, 2015.
A review of the visitation case Hinshaw v. Kuntz that went through the North Carolina Court of Appeals on July 1, 2014.
A review of the visitation case Hornblower v. Hornblower that went through the Connecticut Court of Appeals on July 1, 2014.
A review of the visitation case In re Visitation of C.S.N. that went through the Indiana Court of Appeals on July 15, 2014.
A review of the grandparent visitation case In re Jamison that went through the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on Feb. 20, 2014.
A review of the grandparents’ rights case In re Marriage of Chandola that went through the Washington Supreme Court in 2014.
In Fazzini v. Davis, 98 So.3d 98 (Fla. 2d DCA 2012), the district court found the trial court did not err in giving full faith and credit to a Virginia judgment which granted grandparent visitation to the deceased mother’s parents.
Visitation rights of grandmother were derived from mother, her biological child, because they sprung from her relationship as child’s grandmother, but upon mother’s adoption, statute effected the termination of all legal relationships between adopted individual and her biological relatives.
Great‑grandmother of child of parties to dissolution proceeding lacked standing to seek visitation rights under grandparent visitation statute.
Grandmother had burden of overcoming presumption that mother acted in child’s best interest by presenting clear and convincing evidence that visitation was in child’s best interest.