21st May 2018

Being a grandparent when life takes a different turn

In today’s society, grandparents are playing an increasingly active role in raising their grandchildren. But if you are a grandparent who provides regular childcare assistance, financial and emotional support, are your interests protected if the parents separate?

In today’s society, grandparents are playing an increasingly active role in raising their grandchildren. But if you are a grandparent who provides regular childcare assistance, financial and emotional support, are your interests protected if the parents separate?

In the latest edition of Bath & Wiltshire Parent, Megan Prideaux, family law solicitor at Thrings, assesses the grandchild/grandparent relationship, discusses gifts and loans between family members, and highlights the importance of safeguarding inheritances.

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