Published Family Law Opinion from Ky Court of Appeals 11/27/13: Fairhurst v. Moon, Even though parent had never completely denied grandparent visitation, court may not presume grandparent visitation is in children’s best interest. Rather, court must pre

Fairhurst et al v. Moon 

 

 

Fairhurst et al v. Moon 

Even though parent had never completely denied grandparent visitation, court may not presume grandparent visitation is in children’s best interest. Rather, court must presume parents have the right to limit visitation with grandparents and grandparent retains burden of proving that court-ordered visitation is in children’s best interests.

 

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