Grandparents play an important part on children's lives. It's not fair for either the child or the grandparent to suffer the same consequences after a the child's parents already wanted to "call it quits".
Unfortunately, grandparents do not have automatic rights to access their grandchildren. It's definitely going to be tough for them to see them especially if the child is with the other party's custody. It might be rough, it might get really complicated and lengthy but don't let that stop you from fighting for your rights to be able to see your grandchildren.
Many grandparents are raising their grandchildren either temporarily or permanently. Whatever the situation is, perhaps you were with them on a regular basis, every weekend or the child even lived with you for a period of time but the parents came back and continued their roles. If the relationship abruptly stopped, your grandchildren definitely misses you too. In Texas, grandparents may petition the court for visitation or custody so it's a must that you contact a lawyer who knows what they're doing.
Keep your relationship with your grandchild intact, call Attorney Linda Lee Cechura of Round Rock, TX at 512-255-9400 to help you fight for your rights!