Let's say your so's mother won't come to your house to visit with the grandchild, because she KNOWS you don't like her (because she caused a lot of problems between you and so, and you flat out refused to have anything to do with her toxic ass anymore).
Let's say it's been over 8 months since she has seen the grandchild (the grandchild is now 11 months old). Does she have any chance of gaining grandparents rights? Remember, she has absolutely NO established relationship with the baby, because she won't go to the baby's house to see her.
EXAMPLES of her toxicity:
Telling so he's not the real father, and that I cheated on him.
Telling so that I'm going to keep him from seeing the baby.
Telling so that it's not legal for the baby to have my last name, and that she'd go consult a lawyer for him.
Telling so that I'm going to skip town with the baby, and once again "offering" to consult a lawyer
Asked by Anonymous at 10:12 PM on May. 24, 2009 in Relationships
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Answer by prettylilrae at 2:38 AM on May. 25, 2009
It depends on the judge. But if I were the judge absolutely she would get the rights. That is her grandchild. And your personal relationship should have nothing to do with the relationship she has with her son's child. Either you or the childs father should be taking the baby to see her if you are so selfish not to let her into your home.
As for all the things she's done, she sounds like a mother trying to protect her child from making a huge mistake in his life. The fact that he doesn't have the same respect for his mother now because of you speaks volumes.
Answer by Chrissy629 at 6:17 AM on May. 25, 2009