Visitation

If you have children, whether you’re going through a divorce or a custody case, one of your primary concerns will be how much time you’ll get to spend with your kids after your case is finalized.

The Texas Family Code does have a default visitation schedule, called the Standard Possession Order. Roughly speaking, this means the parent who doesn’t establish the child’s primary residence will have visitation with their child on the first, third, and fifth weekends of each month, on Thursdays during the regular school term, for a 30-day block of time in the summer, and also time on holidays. The use of the Standard Possession Order is presumed to be in a child’s best interest.

However, there are many situations where simply implementing the Standard Possession Order will not be best for your child. Perhaps you have an unusual work schedule, or you just want to spend more time with your child. In these situations, a unique tailored schedule, or even a 50/50 schedule, might be more appropriate. Contact our office if you have questions about visitation.

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Address: 904 East Main Street
Round Rock, Texas 78664
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Address: 2802 Flintrock Trace #285
Austin, TX 78738
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Austin, Texas 78701
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