This is a question I get far too often. In many cases, grandparents do not receive visitation with their grandchildren often enough, or even at all. So what can you do, as a grandparent?
Michigan does protect Grandparents rights in very limited instances, under the Child Custody Act of 1970. You can read the full text of the statute here.
Do you, as a Grandparent, have a legal right to visitation the child? This means, in essence, that you have a legal relationship to one of the child's parents. There are many interpersonal, familial relationships that do not fall into this category:
Grandparents of a child whose parents have lost rights to the child
Grandparents of a child who has been adopted out
Without a recognized legal relationship to the child, th