Understanding the Standard Possession Order (SPO) in Texas and working cooperatively with your co-parent can make a world of difference during the holiday season.
Understanding the Standard Possession Order for Christmas Vacation
In Texas, the Standard Possession Order for Christmas vacation is designed to ensure that both parents get to spend quality holiday time with their child. Here’s a simple breakdown:
Tips for Cooperative Holiday Possession
It’s crucial to review your court order carefully to understand the specifics of your holiday possession schedule. If you have any questions or if your circumstances have changed, consulting with a family law attorney is advisable. They can offer tailored guidance based on your situation and ensure that you are fully aware of your rights and obligations.
Holiday possession can be a sensitive issue, but with the right understanding and a cooperative approach, you can make the holiday season a joyful time for your child. Remember, the key is to keep the best interests of your child at heart and to work together with your co-parent to create a positive holiday experience.
If you need personalized advice or have specific questions, don't hesitate to reach out to a family law professional.
Attorney Sean Y. Palmer has over 20 years of legal experience as a Texas Attorney and over 25 years as a Qualified Mediator in civil, family and CPS cases. Palmer practices exclusively in the area Family Law and handles Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Adoptions, and other Family Law Litigation cases. He represents clients throughout the greater Houston Galveston area, including: Clear Lake, NASA, Webster, Friendswood, Seabrook, League City, Galveston, Texas City, Dickinson, La Porte, La Marque, Clear Lake Shores, Bacliff, Kemah, Pasadena, Baytown, Deer Park, Harris County, and Galveston County, Texas.
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