Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court is set to take on a case in which the Superior Court said for the first time that grandparents are favored over third parties in custody cases.

The case is also the first to interpret a 1996 amendment to the Custody and Grandparents Visitation Act — a fact the foster parents’ attorney relied on in her petition for allowance of appeal.

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