The Holiday season is now upon us and hopefully all parents have worked out the upcoming visitation schedules for the Holiday Season. But if not you need to be working on it now! Here is a reminder of the current Texas Family Law Code’s Standard Possession Order for Holidays, on the blog of Dallas Family Law Attorney Mark Nacol.
Are you looking to modify your Texas Child Custody orders? Or modify Texas Visitation orders? Dallas Divorce attorney Mark Nacol provides you the standards upon which modification orders for Texas Child Custody and Visitation Rights are reviewed in Texas Family Courts
The possession order for both mother and father in any divorce must be in the Best Interest of the child and the Court has specific guidelines it must follow if both parents refuse to agree to custody arrangements. Read more on the blog of Dallas family law attorney, Mark Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm P.C.
If only divorced parents could mutually agree on meaningful possession schedules while co-parenting their kids! But since many cannot or will not, the Texas Courts generally use a One-Size-Fits-All Standard Possession order for all children over three years of age. The Texas Legislature over time has expanded the schedule to make access a little more flexible. Does this always squarely meet or suit the needs of a child and her/his relationship with both parents? Read more on the blog of Dallas divorce attorney Mark Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm PC.