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Question: My husband and I have been married for 9 months and I am 7 months pregnant. My husband has a daughter from a previous relationship. His parents (my in-laws) have stated they plan to file for grandparents rights. I know they have no rights over our son since we are married, however will they lump both kids together or not since they have two different mothers? They will try for time for our son, I already know that. I guess my concern is will they get any time with him?
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Question: Can an order to appear be filed before the petition is actually served?
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Question: Need Web site for forms grandparents visitation petition
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Question: my grandsons mother is keeping my grandson away from him father my son wants to go into the army my husband ans i have him 80-90% of the time as grandparents what are our right, she does works and is 5 months pregent with 2 child that is not our sons our son has said that he would sign custody over to us what should we do what forms do we need to file
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Question: My wife's parents are a not good influence on our family and we have told them to stay away. They refuse, and have gone as far as just sitting on my front porch in the heat refusing to leave after being told to leave so many times it makes my head spin. They wont tell us but they have told (someone that wont be named) that they would seek a lawyer to see there grand kids. Do they have any right at all to do that? we are married and are doing great, except when they are around. were a little scared and need to know if there is anyway they could side step (us) the parents and get visitation.
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