Our expert says:
If the child at present doesn't want to be with or visit the grandparents, thst's the child's prerogative --- it's the child's best interests that matter, and I doubt that the grandpaents have any formal right to such access. And a child is fully capable of making such a decision without being influenced by others.
If you have ANY reason to suspec that the child might be being abused ( maybe by the grandparents, or by someone else, even without their knowledge, while visiting them ) that's a giood reason to stop the visits for now and to take the child to a good local child shrink for a proper assessment.
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