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They lived here with us until our grand daughter was 5 months old. Then, without warning, the baby's mother packed up and moved back home with her parents. My son was on drugs and so she told him he can't see baby until he's clean. He just got out of rehab & he is now clean yet she still won't let him see her or us. When they moved out, anytime we saw the baby, it was only under supervision. There is no reason for supervised visits. We're clean, hard working family. We don't drink or do drugs. What do we need to do to ensure we are just as entitled to her as her mother & her family is? What does my son have to do to be able to see her soon? What do we have to do? We have a grandparents visitation order request that we're submitting tomorrow.
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