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Good morning,

I am looking for advice on how I should go about seeing my grandchildren.  parents getting divorce and have become very bitter and selfish against each other and I kept quiet for fear of not being able to see grandchildren, but now that has been taken away from because of this hatred that has developed. I'm told that I can't get legal visitation rights since custody has not been determined. where should I go for help.  besides missing my grandchildren I want to make sure they are ok.

Thanks for any information

Jane


HI @JaneC737611  I am sorry for your situation.  I believe that if possible you might want to consult a family law attorney.  They should be able to advise you on your rights as a grandparent.  Sadly this is a common issue.

 

Some links

https://www.grandparents.com/family-and-relationships/grandparents-rights/grandparent-rights-united-...

 

http://family.findlaw.com/child-custody/grandparent-rights.html

 

 

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Good morning,

I am looking for advice on how I should go about seeing my grandchildren.  parents getting divorce and have become very bitter and selfish against each other and I kept quiet for fear of not being able to see grandchildren, but now that has been taken away from because of this hatred that has developed. I'm told that I can't get legal visitation rights since custody has not been determined. where should I go for help.  besides missing my grandchildren I want to make sure they are ok.

Thanks for any information

Jane

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