What should I do if I want to limit my child’s visitation with grandparents?


Just say, “No.” Grandparents have no visitation or time-sharing rights in the state of Florida unless the parents agree, so if you say, “No,” it doesn’t happen. Now, if you’re divorced, you can say, “No,” to your own parents. However, you have to go to court to establish that the child is going to be suffering some kind of harm by having contact with your former spouse’s parents.


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