Muskogee Lawyer BlogAre There Grandparent Visitation Rights in Oklahoma?

In Most Cases, Yes

attorney in MuskogeeVideo Transcribed:  Are there grandparent visitation rights in Oklahoma? I am Muskogee Attorney Eric Strocen. And I’m here to talk to you about this topic. The short answer is yes.

Starting in 1971, the Oklahoma Statutes started to consider this and by way of apparent passing away and the court entering into the best interest analysis, you could have grandparent visitation as far back as 1971.

Now this Statute has seen some changes, some repeals departs, and what we have today is a framework that allows for grandparent visitation in several cases. Now, if you are seeking to have visits with your child and depending on the circumstances surrounding the parents, you may be entitled to visitation that could be protected by a court order.

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