I have not seen my grandson in over a year because my daughter and her husband don't bring him to my house to visit. I flat out told them that I WON'T come to their home. Why should I? I'm the grandmother, and I think I have the right to have my grandkids visit at MY home.
They won't come over because I told my daughter that her husband was a loser and I didn't trust him. I told her that if she ever decided to leave him, she could come live with me again. That's all I said. I even offered to pay for the divorce if need be. Now her husband won't talk to me anymore, and my daughter is taking his side, and won't step foot in my home. My daughter says that if I want to see the grandchild, then I have to come over there to see him.
Do I have a case for grandparent's rights? I'm considering getting a lawyer.
Asked by Anonymous at 8:35 PM on Jul. 13, 2009 in Relationships
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As a mother and a grandmother, I'm very sorry to tell you,you are wrong, for a number of reasons,first reason ,when she said,I DO,she is to cleaved to her husband and stand by him, second reason,she is the mother, she probably thinks ,you will tell your grandson bad things about his dad, I have 6 loving grandkids, but, before I became a grandmom,Â I taught my daughters respect,I showed them how to be good moms and wives,by respecting their DAD. If, you really love your DD and grandson, you are going to have to take the first steps of maturity,even,if it means making an apology to her husband, my second oldest DD husband irks my last nerves, I think he can do more,but they have been married for 9yrs., I just keep praying and I always try my best to be respectful to my son-in-law,just because I love my daughter and my 2 grandsons. I don't think you want to go to court,you may loose,if,the judge knew you were negative.
Answer by lady-t3984 at 8:58 PM on Jul. 13, 2009
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