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What does it take to get visitation to see my grandchildren

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what does it take to get visitation to see my grandchildren when the grandparent and mother don't get along and she uses her children whom are 6 and 12 not to see them. She posted things on facebook when my son and his wife were expecting and they wanted to keep a secrete for a week to tell her parents or anybody else and my daughter and when I did till her about them having a baby she posted things on facebook bad about me and my sister told me what she did and ever since then because I asked her about it she has not let me see the kids and keeps moving around. When I did find her and tried to give her the kids birthday cards she refused them and it became a big argument she would not even tell me when the kids got home from school and it became a big argument. I want to know what rights I have and what can be done. There is a lot more to this discruntle daughter and the well being of the 2 children.
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Asad Rahman replied 9 months ago.

I admire your desire to visit with your grandchildren. There is actually a statute that outlines when the court would grant grandparent visitation...http://www.moga.mo.gov/mostatutes/stathtml/45200004021.html

If one of the scenarios is present in your case, it is certainly worth pursuing. A grandparent relationship is so rewarding for the child.

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