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Grandparents may get help to resolve disputes

Children have the right to continue relationships with grandparents and other significant people in their lives after their parents separate.

Children have the right to continue relationships with grandparents and other significant people in their lives after their parents separate. Grandparents may be able to get help from Victoria Legal Aid or a Family Relationship Centre if they need assistance to resolve disputes.

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