As a service to our readers, Grandparents.com has established the American Grandparents Association (AGA), a non-political group dedicated to enhancing the lives of grandparents and their families. When you sign up on Grandparents.com, you become a member of the AGA.
Part of the mission of the AGA is to help grandparents who are physically removed from their grandchildren understand their legal rights. The AGA also helps grandparents caring for their grandchildren know their legal rights.
• For a state by state guide to grandparents’ rights click here.
• To read more about Grandparents’ Rights, click here.
• To talk to other grandparents about Grandparents’ Rights, click here.
• To ask a question of our expert, Susan Hoffman, the creator and director of Advocates for Grandparent-Grandchild Connection, click here.
As a member of Grandparents.com and the AGA, you can join the Community section of Grandparents.com, where you can talk to other grandparents about everything from dating and family relationships, to travel and recipes. Click here to join in on the conversation.
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As a member of the AGA, you become a member of the Grand Corps, Grandparents.com’s volunteer community of grandparents. To find mentoring and service opportunities in your community, click here.
Grandparents.com has a host of resources for you and your grandkids. For crafts to do together, click here. For activities including sleepover ideas, songs, games and more, click here.
Send your question—whether it’s on resources for grandparents, family matters or legal issues—to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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