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The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday made it easier for grandparents and step-parents to obtain visitation rights for their grandchildren as it overturned a case involving a Jefferson County couple.
In a 6-0 decision with Justice Rebecca Bradley not participating, the high court turned around the standard that a grandparent had to establish that he or she has a parent-child relationship in order to receive visitation rights. Instead, the parent-child relationship applies only to persons seeking visitation rights who are not a grandparent, great-grandparent, or step-parent.
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