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February Standard Possession Order is BORING!

Hello, everyone. I am back for my monthly installment of the review of the Texas Standard Possession Orders. So, I am about to bore you to death. Get you a pillow or maybe a shot of caffeine, whichever you choose. I suppose it’s only boring if you don’t need it, but if you need the review of the Texas Standard Possession Order, then it’s not boring to you. So, here we go. Let’s start with a review of the February 2021 Texas Standard Possession Order. I’ll make it quick.

Looking at the month, there is not a whole lot to it. So, non-custodial parent, the only thing somewhat interesting, I suppose, as you had the last weekend, because it was a fifth weekend of the month and you are getting the first weekend, or let’s say, the first Friday of the month and last month was the fifth Friday of the month. Got to make that clear. I don’t want to confuse anybody. So, there you go. I mean, it’s pretty straightforward. I don’t think there’s anything unusual in here. First Friday of the month, third Friday of the month, you’d get your Thursdays unless you have a really old order. And then, you would be back here with the Wednesdays, back when they used to do Wednesdays. But other than that, man, this is it, pretty straightforward. Nothing too crazy in there.

All right. I told You, I promised you I would make it short and sweet. It is short and sweet. So, if you laid your head on your pillow, you probably haven’t even dozed off yet. Or if you took a shot of caffeine, it most definitely has not kicked in yet. But that wraps up February. Talk to you next month for March and spring break. Wooh, spring break.

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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