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Unfortunately, in most cases, a grandparent has no rights to see grandchildren. The parents have the right to determine who sees and doesn't see their children. However, a court can authorize grandparent visitation of a grandchild if visitation is in the child's best interest, and one of the following circumstances exists:
I one of the above situations exists, then you may wish to file a lawsuit where you seek a court order for visitation. Obviously, I strongly suggest that you retain an attorney for this situation. Winning this without an attorney would difficult.
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