Va. statute survives: Parents lack standing to challenge grandparent visitation law (access required)

A federal judge in Virginia has ruled that the parents of a minor child did not have standing to sue over the state’s grandparent visitation statute, as they failed to allege that they would imminently suffer a concrete injury. The case arose from a dispute with a child’s paternal grandparents over visitation rights. The parents argued ...

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