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My daughter has been recently divorced, she is an Alchoholic

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My daughter has been recently divorced, she is an Alchoholic but has joint custody of the children at this point. I fear that won't last long. That said, I want to be proactive and petition for regular visitation with my three grandsons who I have had a very stable relationship with. I live in Arizona, they live in Idaho. What do you recommend? Kay in Arizona
You can file for grandparent's visitation rights in Idaho, if that is the court that issued the divorce/custody order. The Idaho law provides for visitation to grandparents if it is in the best interests of the children. You would need an attorney in Idaho to file this.

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