If a grandparent is raising their grandchild, and the child's parent suddenly decides that they want their child back, does the grandparent have any recourse? If there is no drug use, and no abuse that can be proved can the grandparent still keep the child? The child is 100% better of with the grandparents and has lived with them for 4 out of his 5 years of life. The grandparents have him enrolled in preschool, take him on playdates, expose him to theater, sports, and music. The parents would keep him in a tiny one bedroom apartment and he would hardly ever get out.
Asked by Anonymous at 12:59 PM on Jan. 17, 2009 in General Parenting
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