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Do I have to let my daughter visit my granddaughter My husband

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Do I have to let my daughter visit my granddaughter? My husband and I are our granddaughter's legal guardians. Our daughter just showed up after dropping her off 5 months ago. Our granddaughter is only 10 months old and we don't want to just let our daughter come back in and out of the baby's life whenever she chooses. What do we have to do legally?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Roger replied 6 years ago.

Unless there is a court order that restricts the mother's rights to the child, she still have the right to visitation with the child. Being granted legal guardianship doesn't necessarily take away the parent's visitation rights.

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