IN NEED OF CHANGE FOR GRANDPARENTS VISITATION RIGHTS IN GEORGIA
April 20, 2012
We are in desparate need for the laws in Georgia to change when it comes to grandparents visitation rights. As we understand it through the courts, that grandparents only have the rights to petition for visitation rights. We need a law that will allow grandparents that have certain circumstances such as death of their child, to legally have the deceased parent's rights to visitation. It is up to the courts to establish that the grandparents are morally, physically and mentally able to interact with their grandchildren.
Please, if there is any Senator, Congressman, Lawyer, or even the Governor of Georgia that can help with this petition, please sign or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you believe as we do, that Georgia needs to re-evaluate the Grandparents Visitation Rights in Georgia, then please sign the petition and contact your Congressman in Georgia.
We are the grieving parent's of a deceased son, and desparately in need of visitation rights with our loving grandchildren.
Sheila & Jimmy Johns
Sugar Valley, Ga.