Good Afternoon I have a 27yo son who for the past 6 or so years has had a high addiction to drugs. At present, he is in day 9 of a 10 day detox with The Ice Meltdown Project (TIMP). She comes from Drouin and has had amazing success with getting people off the drug. She was featured two weeks ago in a story on A Current Affair. When my son finishes his detox tomorrow, They'll be arranging a rehab facility for him to be admitted. He will most probably be there for many months. He has two children. A daughter aged 3 and a son aged 14 months. His now ex-fiancé, left on Christmas Day. He has a house which he has put on the market. He wants to be well away from that area. When he does sell, his ex is demanding a certain amount of money up front which relates to a loan her parents gave them when his mortgage fell into serious arrears. She then sold her car to repay her parents. Fair enough. However, she is also holding the kids to ransom saying he won't see his kids until he pays her the money. But she is now saying that she has more claims on his house. But, she has been claiming the single mothers pension ever since their first child was born, but continued to have all her mail sent to her parents house, so she is now saying that she never lived in my sons house, something that we could easily dispute. We don't want to go to those extents. All we are concerned about is my sons right to visitation with his kids while he is in the rehab facility. I have fears that she will refuse to take them down to see him. But my husband and I are more than willing to pick the children up and take them to see their Dad. When we asked his ex not to call for the duration (10 days) of the detox - use of a phone was banned under direction of TIMP - she went feral at us both, calling us every name in the book and has now pretty much banned us from seeing the kids too. I believe we, as grandparents, have rights with our grandkids too. Could you please let me know where we stand with regards to grandparents rights? We are coming off a bankruptcy (due to an unscrupulous builder we were working with) so don't have the funds to fight this, but her parents have a lot of money, and she is throwing that in our faces. It's like she doesn't want him to get better. I think she loves the drama of it all, and the attention paid to her when he is high, like someone with Munchhausens disease (sorry, spelling is probably wrong) We are extremely proud of our son for finally asking for help. But not seeing his kids could totally derail everything. Thanking you for your time.