Nevada law allows the court to award grandparent’s (and even unrelated third parties) visitation in some cases.  In general, grandparents who are being prevented from contact with their grandchildren can seek visitation if they can establish that the child has lived with them in the past and that a “meaningful relationship” exists.

In addition to obtaining visitation where a “meaningful relationship” exists, courts may also award grandparent’s visitation where a parent’s rights have been terminated.

 

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