Jones v. Jones 2013 UT App 174 Reduction in Grandparent Visitation Rights

The Utah Appellate court reversed and remanded back to the trial court finding that the grandparents had not presented sufficient evidence to overcome the compelling interest of the state that is narrowly construed ("tailored") in favor of the fundamental right of the actual parent. The Appellate court reiterated that the rights of a parent to raise his or her child(ren) without government intervention (i.e. a court Read More