Will Disruptions In School Schedules Result In Changes To Child Possession Orders?

Gray Reed & McGraw

We are all beginning to see countless unforeseen disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic, and children are the focus of much attention. Toward the end of last week, school districts across the nation began announcing that they would likely “extend” their spring breaks by one or more weeks as a precaution to help contain the outbreak. At that time, many districts in Texas were either coming to the end of the scheduled spring break or about to begin their planned week off. For co-parents with children subject to a possession schedule, this “extended” spring break has raised questions. Would the extended period of time away from school mean that a scheduled “spring break” visitation period in the possession schedule would likewise be extended, perhaps indefinitely?

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