My grand daughter and her husband will not let me visit with my great grand children, how can I get legal visitation?
Answered on: 10/19/09, 7:29 pm by Patricia F. Bushman
Not at all sure you can. The parents are the ones with the right to decide who their children can see or not see. Except under some limited circumstances, grandparents, let alone great grandparents, are limited to what visitation the parent(s) allow. Try talking to a good family law attorney.
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