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By: Susan Durham, Attorney at Law


DATE:
Name of parent in possession
Address
City, State, ZIP
Re: Notice of Child Access of Possession

Dear (parent in possession):

This letter is to inform you that I will exercise my rights to access and possession of our child(ren) as set forth in the court order from the (district or county court number) for (name of county) County, Texas, signed the _________ day of ____________________.

I will be at (the place designated in the court order for you to pick up your child) at (the time designated in the court order for you to take possession) on (the date designated in the order for you to take possession of your child) to exercise my rights to access and possession. The child(ren) will be returned to you as required by the court order.

I will expect you to have our child(ren) ready for my access and possession as provided for in the court order. If there is some reason the child(ren) can not be made available for my access and possession rights you should call me immediately at (provide a telephone number) to discuss the matter. Interference with my rights by failure to obey the court order for access or possession will result in further costly and unnecessary litigation to enforce the order by contempt of court charges against you. Child support arrearage is not a justification or defense to a charge of contempt for interference with rights to access and possession. A court finding of contempt can result in both jail time and a fine together with attorney fees and court costs.

Sincerely,
Your Name

Address
Telephone

I won custody of my son because my son needed me to!
  -- David A. - Dallas, TX

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