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3/20/20: Dallas County Family District Courts Possession & Access Order

Dallas County Family District Courts Joint Statement Re: Possession and Access During the March 22, 2020 Dallas County Amended Order to Stay Home, Stay Safe Order.

pdfFamily_Courts_Joint_statement-Custody-03.23.20.pdf

3/17/20: COVID-19 Abbott Emergency Order

Please click on the PDF download below for the full order coming from the Supreme Court of Texas.

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3/17/20: COVID-19 Visitation Order

Please click on the PDF download below for the full order coming from the Kerr County Court at Law.

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3/15/20: COVID-19 Spring Break Order

March 15, 2020

STATEMENT REGARDING PERIODS OF POSSESSION AND ACCESS UNDER THE TEXAS FAMILY CODE

Due to the extraordinary situation presented by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, questions and confusion have arisen regarding the interpretation of periods of possession/visitation in both Final Orders and Temporary Orders rendered out of the above noted Court. For that reason, this Court now issues this statement of clarification:

For purposes of all orders issued out of the above noted Court, the Spring Break Vacation period ends at 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 15, 2020. Any decision by any school or school district to delay resumption of classes (whether characterized as a “closure,” an “extended delay,” an “extended Spring Break,” or an “extended vacation”) is considered to be a closure for public health purposes and not an extension of a vacation period.

As always, the parties to a case may agree to alter the period of possession and access. If the parties agree to do so, the Court would urge the parties to set out the terms of their agreement in writing and have it signed by all parties.

Judge Kirsten B. Cohoon
451st District Court
Kendall County, Texas

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