New York’s grandparent visitation statute Thursday withstood a major constitutional challenge when the Court of Appeals held that the law adequately safeguards parental rights.
In a 6-0 opinion, the court said Domestic Relations Law �72 presumes that a parent’s wishes represent the best interests of the child and therefore does not give grandparents automatic visitation rights over a parent’s objections.
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