Grandparents, including great-grandparents, in North Dakota may be granted "reasonable visitation rights" if the court finds that visitation would be in the best interests of the child and would not interfere with the parent-child relationship. The court is directed to consider the amount of personal contact that has occurred between the grandparents or great-grandparents and the child and the child's parents. In North Dakota, therefore, it is wise for grandparents to document their relationship with their grandchildren. For more information, see "Safeguarding Grandparents Rights."
See North Dakota Statutes. Look for 14-09-05.1.
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