Can grandparents have visitation rights?

As a general rule, grandparents get to see their grandchildren while their children are visiting their grandchildren. They do not get a separate visitation, or in the rare circumstances where an intact couple in a viable marriage agree that they don’t want grandparents to visit with their children, the grandparents can make an application to have separate visitation, even contrary to the parents’ determination, but they have to show good cause.

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