When grandparents are seeking visitation with grandchildren over a parent's objection they have to prove that they had a parent-like relationship and that a denial of visitation would cause real and significant harm to the grandchild. Grandparents were successful in the 2017 case of Boisvert v Gavis 65 Conn.L.Rptr. No. 2, 81 where they used a psychologist to testify that interrupting the child's relationship with the grandparents would cause real harm to the child.