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Attorney David Allen considers a case in which an identical twin seeks visitation rights for her niece. Her twin sister died after she gave birth to a daughter. The effort by the aunt to obtain visitation rights was opposed by the little girl's father. The aunt argued that since Minnesota state law allowed courts to grant visitation rights to grandparents, it was logical the law should extend visitation rights to a twin sister. The father argued the statute should be literally construed. The case was finally resolved by the Minnesota Supreme Court. To view David Allen's analysis of this case, click on the You Tube Link below:
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