Our expert says:
Family law expert
I would suggest that you consult a lawyer to get an external opinion on the order that was made by the court. Remember that a court can never make an order that is not in the best interests of the children and that will be paramount when attacking the order that was made on appeal. It is so that any person that has an interest in the wellbeing of a minor can approach the court to obtain parental rights, so this will include the granny as well. Having said that, a court should be wary of the rights of the natural parents as well and should be extremely careful to infringe upon such rights. After all it is your children, not the granny's.
Family Law Attorney
Abrahams and Gross Inc.
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