The parents are mad at the grandparents for talking with their other child and are not letting them see their own grandchildren. Is their some kind of law that allows them to see them?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:34 PM on Aug. 31, 2010 in General Parenting
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Answer by spamica at 2:51 PM on Aug. 31, 2010
A grandparent generally has no real rights to see a child. This is one reason why Grandparents should focus on maintaining a healthy relationship with their child so that their child will want them to be around. Yes some people do try to keep the child away because of the divorce. But if both the parents agree that they do not want the grandparents in their child's life, that should be there call because it is their child at the end of the day. If a person wants to break the cycle of a dysfunctional family they have to sometimes keep their children away. It's not fair for a grandparents to think they have a right to see their grandchildren. It's a privilege.
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