Father left few days old daughter, she is now 9. He has never kept contact with her or sent her anything. He e-mailed me saying hes taking me to court for visitation. Paternal grandfather is been accused by two female family members of attempted rape, when they were young women. No police reports or convictions. I have no problems with Dad to seeing daughter, but he lives with Grandfather, and is willing to let our daughter stay with him there. I don't want her around grandfather at all. Dad is saying I didn't allow him to see our daughter, but he has never shown up to see her ever. I had no other contact information for him, except his fathers address. Can child address the court and will her opinion be counted? Can the court order say no contact with paternal grandfather ?
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