, Salem, MA


December 29, 2012

Letter: Mass. grandparents need visitation rights


I stepped up to the plate and did everything I could possibly do for my grandson. If your son or daughter has made mistakes in their life, it is not the grandparents’ fault. I have not seen my grandson in almost two months and he will be 5 in January. I had done nothing wrong but loved and cared for and protected my grandson. What hurts me the most is I know that he is missing me and missing out on the fun we shared.

I have had sleepless nights and my days are empty for he is not in them. I only can hope that the Massachusetts laws for grandparents visitation changes for that is the best interest of a child.

Denise Hansen


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