Alabama Grandparent Visitation Act Ruled Unconstitutional

Vol 30 No 6

Ex parte E.R.G., 2011 WL 2279206 (Ala.).

Alabama’s grandparent visitation statute violated constitutional rights of parents by not including a presumption favoring parents and requiring a compelling state interest when deciding grandparents’ visitation rights.

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