Grandparent Visitation Does Not Apply to Great Grandparents

The Mississippi statute allowing grandparent visitation defines “grandparent” as the parent of the parents.  It, therefore, does not include great-grandparents.  Lott v. Alexander, No. 2013-CA-00104-COA (3/11/14)
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