House Bill 289: Imposes "Best Interest of the Child" Standard in Grandparent Visitation Cases

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Last Updated: June 30, 2014
House Bill 289: Imposes "Best Interest of the Child" Standard in Grandparent Visitation Cases
Sponsors:
Representatives Shiver, Gaston, Hammon, Merrill, Jones, Moore (B), McMillan, Beckman, Clarke, Bandy, Grimsley, Jackson, Drake, Baker, Forte, Beech, Wallace, Standridge, McClammy, Warren, England, Faust, Brown, Chesteen, Buttram, Greeson, Lee, Newton, Boothe, Tuggle, McCutcheon, Davis, Laird, Bridges, Sessions, Nordgren, Butler, McAdory, Rich, Baughn, Sanderford, Farley, Burdine, Treadaway, Greer, Patterson, Harper, Weaver, Hill, McClurkin, Fincher, Hubbard (J), Wood, Hurst, Carns, Roberts, and Shedd
Summary:

This bill would impose the “best interest of the child” standard on fit parents when grandparents are seeking visitation.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

Died. See "Bill History" link below.

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Bill History