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Ideally, CPS would work with you and allow the visitation, since you are family. If they do not however, to get a court order allowing visits, a grandparent must file a lawsuit under Chapter 156 of the Texas Family Code.
To win, a grandparent must prove that the child's parent:
If that can be shown, they you can have court ordered visitation with the children. However, at any time, you can send gifts if you wanted to, since there is nothing wrong or illegal with that.
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