Attorney Fagan’s New eBook Helps You Navigate Possession and Access Orders
Possession and Access Orders (PAO’s) establish a non-custodial parent’s visitation rights to their child, including when they can visit, for how long, and where. You can obtain a standard PAO for a common legal visitation schedule or a non-standard PAO, which addresses visitation rights during the holidays, communication standards, and more. With this in mind, non-standard PAO’s are suitable for unique situations, such as when a judge denies the parent’s proposed PAO.
Attorney Bryan Fagan understands the disputes and complications that can arise when drafting a PAO, especially when parents don’t see eye-to-eye. For these reasons and more, you can benefit significantly from Attorney Fagan’s free resource on navigating Possession and Access Orders. His eBook touches on topics such as:
- Types of standard PAO visitation schedules
- Examples of non-standard PAO visitation schedules
- What to consider when choosing a type of PAO
- How your child will benefit from each type of PAO
- The short-term and long-term impacts of both types of PAO’s
- Whether you can modify your PAO
- Limitations of each PAO
- What to do if a parent violates a PAO
- And more
No two families are exactly alike, so it’s important to take into account your particular family dynamic and your child’s best interests when drafting a PAO. This eBook will provide clarity and answers to frequently asked questions on Possession and Access Orders, and much more.
As an experienced, trusted lawyer in Texas, Bryan Fagan brings a wealth of knowledge and resources to the table. You can use his eBook as a guide, although, it should not be considered legal advice. However, if you are looking for personalized legal counsel on your matter, look no further. You’ve come to the right place!
We can help you make a mutually agreeable PAO without sacrificing your rights or your child’s best interests. Contact us at (281) 810-9760 to learn more!