I don’t want my mother in law around my son because she is dangerous but my husband has a relationship with her. I’m contemplating divorce but I’m afraid my husband will allow his mom around my child without my knowledge should we get divorced. I’m positive he’s only taking my side since we’re married. It makes want to stay in an unhappy marriage just to protect my son from her.
If there is a divorce, Ohio allows a grandparent to ask the court to grant time with the grandchild. If you are contemplating divorce, use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to review your situation and answer all your questions, so you are fully informed about the divorce process, child custody, grandparent rights, etc.
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