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Will Summer Possession Still Take Place?

Lindsey Obenhaus | April 29, 2020

During the continued impact of COVID-19 on child custody, many are not sure if summer possession and visitation will still take place. Family law attorney Lindsey Obenhaus explains that at this time, extended summer possession is not affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Texas Supreme Court guidance orders that possession shall continue pursuant to the Court order. However, if travel is still affected by the COVID-19 virus at the time of summer possession, or a stay at place order is in effect, the ability of a parent to travel or take a vacation will obviously be limited.

To discuss your specific situation and how the uncertain coronavirus pandemic may effect your possession schedule, please call one of our five office locations: Dallas, Plano, Austin, Fort Worth, Granbury, or fill out the consultation form today.

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