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There are numerous reasons why a grandparent may desire legal representation as it relates to one’s relationship to his or her grandchildren. Perhaps the parent(s) of a grandchild is/are addicted to drugs or alcohol; perhaps a grandchild’s parent has died, and their son-or daughter-in-law won’t allow them to see their grandchild. The state of Tennessee has specifically provided for situations for grandparents to seek custodial arrangements with their grandchildren. The law firm of Landry & Azevedo has extensive knowledge in this field and can successfully guide grandparents in navigating the legal system.