Although Pennsylvania allows grandparents to get visitation under certain circumstances, there cannot be interference with your parenting. From what little that you wrote, it does not sound like grandma has an on-going relationship with your child. It would also interfere with the lives that you have. Finally, grandma is too far away. Is she proposing that she be allowed to see her grandchild when she flies out to Pennsylvania? Or is she demanding that you fly your child out to her on your own dime? Consult with an attorney in detail to be sure, but it does not sound like this is a strong case for grandparent visitation.
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