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A grandparent, or great-grandparent, has a right to reasonable visitation with a child if the judge believes that such contact would be in the child's best interests under Arizona Law. A grandparent has rights to visitation if; (1) the child's parents have been divorced for at least three months; (2) a parent of the child has been deceased or has been missing for at least three months; or (3) the child was born out of wedlock.
Grandparents may even find it necessary to seek custody of their grandchildren when they have formed a meaningful parental relationship with the child for a substantial period. A court may award custody in those situations when it is in the best interests of the child under the legal concept of "In loco parentis" as codified under A.R.S. 25-409.
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