Grandparents’ Rights in Pennsylvania Series – Part 2: The Beginning of the Epidemic

The Increase to Grandparent Involvement in Raising Kids May Be Linked Back to a Flood of Prescription Pills into the Marketplace. (See Part 1 in our series here.) In the next article in our series, we discuss the beginning of the opioid crisis and the interplay with grandparents' rights in Pennsylvania. Not So Humble Beginnings … Continue reading Grandparents’ Rights in Pennsylvania Series – Part 2: The Beginning of the Epidemic

Grandparent Rights in Pennsylvania Series – Part 1: In Loco Parentis Status and the Opioid Epidemic

In the first article of this series, we discuss grandparents rights in Pennsylvania, in loco parentis status, and the opioid crisis. An April 22, 2019 article from the Census Bureau indicates there may be a connection between opioid prescription rates and whether grandparents raise their grandchildren. The article indicates that the percentage of the population … Continue reading Grandparent Rights in Pennsylvania Series – Part 1: In Loco Parentis Status and the Opioid Epidemic