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February 2024 Texas Standard Possession Order

| Chris Schmiedeke |


Hello everyone. Chris Schmiedeke. I want to thank you for checking out the video today. Today we’re going to talk about February 2024 under the Texas Standard Possession Order. But before that, if you find these videos helpful if you would give me a thumbs up down below and subscribe, I would appreciate it.


We’re looking at the February 2024 calendar for the Texas Standard Possession Order. We will start with Thursday’s. Non-custodial parent you will have February 1st, February 8th, February 15th, the 22nd, and the 29th for your Thursdays.


For the weekend periods of possession, non-custodial parent, you’re going to have the first and third Friday of the month. There is no fifth Friday this month, so you will have Friday, February 2nd, and February 16th. Custodial parent, you will have the second and fourth Fridays of the month, which would be February 9th and February 23rd.


We also have a holiday on Monday, February 19th, which is President’s Day. I believe most children are out of school for President’s Day. If that is the case and your child is out of school for President’s Day or if your child’s not of school age, but the school district in which they would go is out of school for President’s Day, the non-custodial parent, your weekend is going to extend to the 19th. That is under the “Weekend Extended by Holiday” paragraph in the Texas Standard Possession Order. So if you want to break out your order or your decree and find that paragraph where it says weekend extended by holiday, that is what is going to apply here.


All right, well that does it for February. That doesn’t get much simpler than that. As I said earlier, if you like this video or if you found it helpful, if you gimme a thumbs up and maybe subscribe. I know I’m whipping you with that, but I really would appreciate it. Thank you. See you next month.

Chris Schmiedeke


I was born in Dallas and spent the majority of my life here. I moved to Denver in the middle of the first grade and moved back to Plano in the middle of the eleventh grade. I graduated from Plano Senior High in 1984 and then attended Richland College and the University of North Texas where a received a Bachelor of Business Administration. From there I attended the Texas Tech University School of Law and was licensed to practice law in May of 1993. 

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