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  01/02/13, 1:01 pm
Can I legally refuse visitation to my ex husbands parents
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Christopher Kendrick Says:

Jan 03,2013 1:57 PM

The answer is: it depends. You can probably refuse, yes. However, your ex-husband's parents can file for grandparent visitation rights from the court. This is a complicated area of Family Law and you should probably seek an attorney if and when they file.

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Christopher Kendrick
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