Can I stop a grandparent from seeing my child?

Can I stop a grandparent from seeing my child?

The law does not give grandparents any automatic rights to see their grandchildren. So, in almost every case, parents can keep children away from grandparents if they choose to. Parents might try to prevent their children from seeing grandparents because the grandparents are trying to intervene.

Can you legally prevent your ex from seeing your children?

However, legally alienating your ex from the children you share is no simple task, and it should not be undertaken lightly. If you wish to prevent your children from any access to their other parent, you must have sufficient reasoning and evidence.

Can a parent see their child being manipulated?

Children are unable to see this occurring because they are young and immature and it can be devastating to the other parent to see their children being manipulated. It’s heartbreaking to see your child being used as a pawn and there is often nothing that can be done about it.

How can I legally prevent my Children from seeing their other?

Contact a family law attorney to discuss your situation, the reason you wish to alienate your ex, and what you might be able to do, legally. For help with legal issues involving child custody or visitation arrangements, contact McKinley Irvin at our Washington office. Please Note: Your privacy is important to us.

How can I keep in contact with my ex daughter-in-law?

Start by checking in with your child. Ask your son or daughter if it’s okay that you contact the former spouse. If there was a serious betrayal involved, you may jeopardize the relationship with your child by becoming too friendly with his ex, says Debra Castaldo, PhD, a therapist in Englewood, NJ and author of Relationship Reboot.

Can a parent stop their ex from seeing their child?

However, there is no automatic right to have contact with your children. The law is concerned entirely about your child’s welfare and for that reason will only grant access if it will improve your child’s quality of life.

Can a divorced parent still see their child?

Unfortunately, some divorced parents just can’t seem to co-parent successfully. Often, custodial parents will (without any cause) prevent non-custodial parents from seeing their children for months and sometimes, years.

How to deal with an ex spouse withholding child visitation?

If your attorney reaches out to the custodial parent (or the custodial parent’s attorney) with a letter stating that the interference with visitation is unacceptable, and you are willing to go to court to enforce your rights, it may be enough to encourage the custodial parent to comply with the visitation order and schedule your make-up time.

Why does my daughter-in-law never pick up the kids?

Now that her daughter-in-law’s parents are retired, Cathy and her husband are never asked to pick up the kids (ages 11 and 13), and if they ask if they can visit, there’s always an excuse. “Instead of encouraging the kids to visit and have a relationship with us, they’re doing the opposite,” she says.