Connecticut Grandparent’s Rights

Grandparent Rights to Visitation: Upon the court’s best judgment of facts of the case and the best interest of the child and subject to the conditions and limitations the court deems equitable. Title 46b, Section 46b-59 (C.G.S.A. 46b-59).

When Adoption Occurs: Grandparents may still get visitation after their natural grandchild is adopted.

Child Custody Statutes: Best interest of child considering (1) wishes of the child, if of sufficient age; and (2) causes of the parents’ divorce as they may be relevant to the child’s best interest. C.G.S.A. 46b-56.

Parents May Choose: No

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