Arkansas Grandparent’s Rights
Grandparent Rights to Visitation: Parents’ marriage terminated by death, divorce, or legal separation, or if child is in the custody or guardianship of a person other than one or both of his natural or adoptive parents. Title 9, Chapter 13, Section 9-13-103 (A.C.A. §9-13-103).
When Adoption Occurs: Adoption terminates any visitation rights unless the grandparent intervenes in the adoption and requests the right to visitation.
Child Custody Statutes: Only statutory provision is that custody is to be determined "without regard to the sex of the parent but solely in accordance with the welfare and best interests of the children." A.C.A. §9-13-101 et seq.
Parents May Choose: Yes
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