Q: Texas standard Possession court order I am the non-custodial parent
hello I have a court-ordered Standard Possession with my ex for my son a while back my wife passed so I tried to arrange a different pick up time with my ex because my new job which ended in a different time and location of pick up that I wasn't too sure about she eventually backs out wanting to force me to meet at the police station at 6 again I previously gotten in trouble at the address where she stays she filed a false case then did not pursue it the city picked it up I accepted a 90-day deferred and her boyfriends came out got his gun out of his car put it in his pants and left his shirt up where it could be seen she's really a confrontational type of person so this is the reason's I really don't want to be back at that house so I'm looking for the simplest way to get back to court order meeting at the police station I'm hoping to file enforcement of court order then document she's currently forcing house pick up refused police station drop off today
A: If there has been a material and substantial change in circumstances then you can ask the court to modify the terms of the order. Until the order is modified by the court, you must follow it. Most orders allow for parents to agree on times of possession instead of going by the spo schedule, this is not always the case though. Consult with a lawyer about reviewing your order and getting a modification.
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