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Old 11-18-2017, 04:46 PM
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In our state, IL grandparents rights don't exist. So, we hired a family law lawyer (approx $4-5k for our case) went to court for supervised visits and this was granted. It was all about the relationship that existed PRIOR to our son being incarcerated - my grandson knew and loved his Dad very much and our son is incarcerated for many years.

In the end, we are the supervisors of the visit and our grandson gets to see his Dad about twice/month or so. It has worked out well.
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