My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Indiana. I'm needing this information because our daughter has threatened to move out when she turns 18 (which is a few days away) and keep our grandchild away from us. Her plan is to move in with the father of her child (which he lives with his mother and he's unemployed). Even though the medical bills incurred from the pregnancy are in her name, we have been paying them. We have also been buying things for our grandchild because she's been unable to since she was put on bed rest when she was about 7 months pregnant and the father of the baby hasn't paid anything on this baby. She will be returning to work part-time at the end of this month but until then we will be paying for anything that the baby needs or that our daughter is supposed to be paying for (like her pet supplies, cell phone bill, etc.). I hate to ask but since there is no way that she nor him can financially support this baby in the very near future and we have been, is there any way that we can stop her from taking the baby if she moves out? Or at the least get visitation? Our daughter has a really bad temper issue and it worries me (I've seen her get mad at our dog and hit him or throw him into his cage. She's threatened to kill me on multiple occasions. Others have witnessed this.). The father of our grandchild has a felony record and is on probation. Instead of buying formula for the baby she has bought fast food or most recently she paid for 2 tattoos. We had agreed that even though we don't like the father of our grandchild that we didn't want him or his family left out of the child's life so we have allowed him to stay at our house every other weekend and then on the other weekends they go to his mother's house for the weekend. And his father's family has visited them at our house (I don't know why they haven't spent more time with them..like weekends). I just want to see what I can do to make sure that our grandchild isn't kept away from us. I'm also fearful of what could happen to the child with it's mother's temper and it's father's past and the fact that they have no means (other then us grandparents) to support the child.