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As a grandparent waiting for a hearing to decide grandparent

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As a grandparent waiting for a hearing to decide grandparent visitation rights, can I ask for and get interim visits with the children when the mother refuses to allow visitation?
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Yes, you can file a petition for a temporary/interim order for visitation until a final order is entered. Generally, you have to show that it in the child's best interest to maintain visitation with you.
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