Do grandparents have the right to see their grandchildren?

Do grandmothers and grandfathers have the legal right to spend time with their grandkids?  

Unfortunately not.  

All decisions concerning the care, custody, and control of your grandchildren belong to the parents.  The parents have the right to control who the children will have contact with. 

However, Montana case law and Montana statutes provide grandparents with a number of avenues to get visitation rights.   

If you are a grandparent and you want visitation rights to see your grandchildren, you should contact a Matrium Law Group attorney at (406) 552-7814 right away to discuss your options.