Our son was served with an immediate order losing his parental custody due to a non-related criminal charge--outcome unknown still. Our previous attorney did not establish more than a "typical grandparents" relationship. However since our granddaughter's mother declared she had offered supervised visits (incidentally a lie) the judge entered that we are to get every other week visitations. Mom has cancelled a scheduled visit with our granddaughter and we have only seen her a few times since the order granted November of 2017. About half as much as every other week.
If you have court ordered grandparent visitation, you want to file a verified motion concerning non-compliance with grandparent visitation order pursuant to Section 19-1-117.5, Colorado Revised Statutes. Unfortunately, the State Judicial Department has not provided a form for people to use. You should sit down and speak with an attorney about this. A lawyer may be able to provide "unbundled" services to you and draft an appropriate motion and proposed order for you to take and file with the court.
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