This fact sheet defines access to children and what this means in family law, and sets out some of the different types of access (specified, supervised) that may be arranged by parents and guardians (applies also to grandparents, aunts and uncles, and other relatives).View website
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- custody, guardianship, access, access rights, grandparents, relatives, Family Law in BC website
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