§48-10-802. Supervised visitation; conditions on visitation.
In the court's discretion, an order granting visitation privileges to a grandparent may require supervised visitation or may place such conditions on visitation that it finds are in the best interests of the child, including, but not limited to, the following:

(1) That the grandparent not attempt to influence any religious beliefs or practices of the children in a manner contrary to the preferences of the child's parents;

(2) That the grandparent not engage in, permit or encourage activities, or expose the grandchild to conditions or circumstances, that are contrary to the preferences of the child's parents; or

(3) That the grandparent not otherwise act in a manner to contradict or interfere with child-rearing decisions made by the child's parents.