You do not state whether there is a custody and visitation order. if there is one, then you should have a lawyer review it for you to discern whether there is a basis in the order to preclude the access with the grandfather. If there is no basis, then you may wish to file a motion to modify the father's access to prevent visitation around the grandfather.
I strongly suggest that you speak with an attorney.
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You should speak to an experienced family law attorney about obtaining or modifying your custody and visitation orders. The court bases it's orders on the best interests of the child. The court will consider the situation, and has the power to deem certain relatives unsuitable for visitation.
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