my wife is adopted. her adopted mother is trying to stop me from seeing my biological children. the question i have is do i have more power over her since i am their biological father and she is only their adoptive grandmother. i am going to court at the end of this month to try to get custody of my children because of the verbal abuse of my ''adoptive'' mother-in-law. does ''biological'' take reign over ''adoptive''
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: chlid custody
If all other things are equal, a father (biological or otherwise) has more of a voice concerning the child than the grandparent, (adoptive or otherwise). We have no other information about your past relationship with the child. There are so many other factors involved that you should consult an experienced family law attorney for a complete evaluation of your situation.