See article below this one.
Is this rights for grandparents, or solicitors to make more money?
Scotland already has the right to raise a court order without craving a courts permission . Having this so called right is no significant step forward and could be detremental for you.
A court must be satisfied that your action is in the best interestes of the child and if you fulfill that criteria you would have got permission anyway. ... Read more
Asking a courts permission to raise an action has saved thousands of grandparents from paying for a court action that would have had very little chance of success.
The best solicitors will tell you the truth and if you have no chance, believe them. Just because a someone takes your case on doesn't mean you will win.
It is the best interests of the child/ren that will win.