Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further informtaion first
How old is your child and why should the grandparents not be involved?
Why is your ex not capable of looking after the baby?
Have the grandparents got a criminal record at all?
Have you offered contact at a local contact centre?
I am sorry but I have to be honest with you about what you will and will not be able to achieve when it comes to contact.
You can certainly delay him seeing the child anywhere but at a contact centre for a few months if the matter has to go to court - but in the long term I am afraid he will be able to take the child out - and he will be able to take them to dee his parents.
You could have only prevented this if there was evidence that the grandparents had a history of being a danger to children.
I am sorry - I know that this is not what you wish to hear but it is the law as it stands.
At the moment your option is to wait to see if your ex decides to take action about contact.
If you hear from a Family Mediator do not ignore it - attend and explain your concerns - but remember in the long term he will be successful - so do not let it go to court as otherwise he will always claim he "won"
Please ask if you need further details