My oldest daughter's father had two other daughters, ages 11 and 7 and a half, who now reside apart from each other, with their maternal grandmother and one of her relatives or friends. The grandmother has steadfastly turned down any desire we have for visitation--ever. It also is likely that she does not have the girls' best interests at heart. Both parents are in various stages of recovery (or not) from substance abuse, so even though I am civil with my daughter's father, he may not be of much help for a long time. The 7-year-old is deaf (and has coclear implants). I have been learning ASL & AE for about 18 years. I am not sure of my legal rights, but I believe my daughter, who is 19, can fight for visitation. I have a free legal advice line that I am going to call soon. Is there anything else we can do to see these girls?Answer Question
Your not with the bio dad anymore I don't think there is anything legally you can do. Like you said your daughter is 19 so maybe she can. I hope things work out, sisters need each other.
Answer by Anonymous at 7:34 AM on Feb. 12, 2009
Answer by jodi205 at 7:49 AM on Feb. 12, 2009
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