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Texas divorce. Texas Child Custody. How can I get more time with my child if I have a standard possession order?
Can I get more time with my child after divorce or separation? You can certainly try and in many instances you may achieve your goal. This post helps you understand the order that you have and ways to increase the time you have under that order. The intent of this post and series of post is to put the parent's relationship with the child first and to ensure the child does not get divorced from either parent during the divorce from a spouse or breakup be tween parents. Children are incredible human beings with hearts, feelings, and emotions. Continuous, uninterrupted time with parents who promote emotional and physical well being is an admirable goal and one which this post helps to achieve.