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Question: Can my daughter and son-in-law prevent me from seeing my grandchildren because He does not like me? My daughter and I only have problems when he gets hostal.
Answer: The following is provided for general information only. To find out how the law applies to a specific situation, contact an attorney directly. A court may grant grandparent’s visitation rights if it’s in the best interest of the child and one of the following is true under A.R.S. §25-409: 1) The marriage of the parents of the child has been dissolved for at least three months; 2) A parent of the child has been deceased or has been missing for at least three months (For the purposes of this paragraph, a parent is considered to be missing if the parent's location has not been determined and the parent has been reported as missing to a law enforcement agency); or 3. The child was born out of wedlock.
Can my daughter and son-in-law prevent me from seeing my grandchildren because He does not like me? My daughter and I only have problems when he gets hostal.
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