Can I still see my grandkids if they are adopted by another family?

Grandparents who hear about grandparents' visitation rights often assume that the laws that are in place apply to them.  However, grandparents must have "standing" in order to sue for visitation.   For example, grandparents usually lose their standing when a grandchild is adopted, unless the adoptive parent is a family member, such as a stepparent or grandparent.  

So, if you think the parents are going to give your grandchild up for adoption, you should contact a Matrium Law Group attorney at (406) 552-7814 right away to discuss your options.