Changing venue is not the answer to your problems. If nothing has been done about the misconduct of the grandparents, I highly doubt that the Court is going to grant a motion to change venue even if there is a valid basis to change venue at this point. My suggestion is to get the best attorney that you can afford and fight to get your kids back in the court where the matter is pending now.
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Based upon what you are saying, you do not have legal grounds to change venue of the matter. However, if there are additional facts you should discuss the matter with an experienced family law attorney.
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It doesnt sound like there is a basis to change venue here. If you are not receiving court ordered visitation you should file a violation. If you are not happy with your current attorney, you should consult with a new attorney who can help you determine the best way to get your children back. Good luck.
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