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Q: I have every other weekend possession of my children and my weekend was at the start of spring break.

The custodial was scheduled for possession this past weekend. How does spring break effect the standard possession order? Who gets possession this weekend?

Jessica Renee Castilleja Dunn
Jessica Renee Castilleja Dunn answered on Apr 23, 2020

This really depends on how the possession and access schedule is written in your court order. If you have every other weekend possession of your children, you may have a modified possession and access schedule. Under the Standard Possession Order (SPO), if you live within 100 miles of the other... Read more »

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Q: What can I say to the opposing party if I don’t want to provide my personal information in a custody battle?

I’m currently in a custody battle my daughter is 7 years old. She lives with me in a different state from her father. We’ve been to mediation and hired a amicus attorney. We couldn’t agree on the monetary issues so we’re going to trial. His attorney is request for production &... Read more »

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Jessica Renee Castilleja Dunn answered on Apr 23, 2020

What the opposing attorney has sent you is known as discovery. You must respond with your answers and/or objections within 30 days of being served the discovery. If not, the opposing attorney can ask for sanctions against you from the court. Discovery can be tricky and there are different rules... Read more »

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