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I am sorry for your situation. Yes, the grandparents have rights, but they are limited. Grandparents can be granted visitation (ranging from a few hours each week to a few days), but that is it. You can get this by filing a Petition for Grandparents Access
with the family court. Until the child has lived in Montana for six months, the jurisdiction lies in CA. However, after this, you'd have to file in Montana.
The Court would decide based on the 'best interest of the child
Aside from this, I am sorry to say you have no other legal recourse.
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