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 Can the grandparents of a child gain custody?

Answer In certain circumstances, yes they can. If the court thinks it is appropriate.
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Can a father take his child from the grandparents if no custody order is in place the mother has hid from him for a year and will not give him an address to serve custody papers?

No. Assuming the parents are unmarried, the father must establish his paternity in order to establish his parental rights. This is a serious and complicated situation, legally. If he just takes the... Read More »
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Does illegal father has more rights than grandparents Father wants full custody child's been living with grandparents for four years in AZ?

As an illegal, he probably does not have access to the legal system. The grandparents should probably determine if the father is a fit parent and, if so, do the right thing.
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How can grandparents acquire child custody?

To obtain custody of your grandchild, you must either have written consent from both of the child's parents or have custody assigned to you by a family court. Before being granted custody, you may... Read More »
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I was awarded temp emergency custody due to child's mother arrested for drugs whats the chance that you will gain full custody at next hearing?

Without knowing the jurisdiction difficult to say. In general, you'd need to prove the mother is unfit to have custody. This is a hard thing to do. Joint custody is more likely.
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