Summer child possession schedules can be confusing for many parents. Here is what you need to know about summer possession schedules.
Did you know you have the ability to exchange possession of your child or children with just a simple agreement between both parties? The Standard Possession Order is a default order if and only if the parties cannot otherwise agree on a summer possession schedule.
Summer possession schedules thankfully have NOT been affected by COVID-19. Even with the COVID-19 pandemic, you are still allowed to take your child to your home even if it is out of state. However, we recommend closely following your state’s guidelines regarding quarantining upon reentry to your home state.
In Texas, summer possession schedules are either 30 days if you live within 100 miles apart from your child or 42 days for parents who live more than 100 miles apart. Please find the two different summer standard possession schedules below.
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