My daughter has stopped me from seeing my granddaughter for 2 weeks now. This started when i confronted her about welfare fraud. (her husband and her separated back in Dec. she filed for child support, (they have one boy together he is 16 months old.)food support and medical. She is still receiving these benefits. He was only out or their home for 2 weeks. They fight in front of the kids allot. Monica whom is my granddaughter is hardley ever there but when she is, she sees this. When i became aware of the welfare fraud. I told them that what they were doing was e legal. (they take support out or his check.she gets it, but does not claim his income or reports he lives there.)
About one week later i found out that she was taking my granddaughter to a place that is not a good environment plus in a situation that can harm her emotionally and physically. She told me don't worry about it she is my daughter! I told her that if i had custody of her that she would not be put in that situation.
Under Minnesota Rules of Evidence 401:
“Relevant evidence” means evidence having any tendency to make the existence of any fact that is of consequence to the determination of the action more probable or less probable than it would be without the evidence.
When preparing for a contested matter, a party should collect and gather all relevant evidence.
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