Grandparents do not have any rights in the state of Florida. Your son, however, does has rights and during his timesharing, he is free to allow you to visit with your grandchild. Best of luck to you.
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I agree with counsel. Grandparents do not have any rights anymore in Florida, Hopefully, things will improve so that you can see your grandchild. Good luck
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What needs to happen is to hire an attorney for your son. Your time with the grandchildren will center around their time with your son. Have him read the provisions of Florida Statutes Section 61.13(3) to learn what should and should not be done.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq.,
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