I am the grandmother of 2 beautiful grandchildren ages 11 and 8. Their parents have been divorced since February, when my son left he took his personal items and cloths. He did not want the children to have to move from the only home they had ever known, so he let their mother have the house, all property, and all of the savings. I am saying this to just give you an idea that he loves his children, he knew the divorce would be hard and wanted to do whatever he could to lessen the change coming to their lives.During the seperation relationships were strained between my husband, myself, and our son. The ex-wife was close to my husband and me before the seperation and during.From the time the children were born we had them for a few hours at least twice a week and usually over night once. Since the divorce, we have repaired the relationship with our son and the relationship with the ex has changed dramatically. We knew the realtionship would change somewhat,but never expected to be denied to see our grandchildren.We make continous calls that are never returned, we never know what activities, or programs they have at school. We try e-mailing to set up a time to go out to eat and we invite their mother to go. We are told that they don't want to spend time with us. I know what the mother does, last winter when it snowed my grand daughter ask if she could spend the next day with her dad since school was called off and he was home, and the mother starts telling her if she doesn't go to her cousins their feelings will be hurt, thing have been planned. The children and their mother were going to a thearpist and she told us that the thearpist told her she needed to move on, and the children should be distanced from us. We met with the mother and thearpist (to see why he would say this) and found this is not "exactly" what was said. Since then she no longer goes to the thearpist.The mother says that we should see the children on the weekend the father has them, and we usually see them at church, or share a meal, unless the mother has scheduled activites for them while they are with the father. My guestion is do I have any legal action to take? In the state of Indiana what are the rights of grandparnets?