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Temporary Orders for Military Deployment

As of September 1, 2011, the Texas Family Code allows for a temporary change in child custody and child support orders for the duration of the military deployment without having to show a substantial and material change in the parties' or child's situation. What does this mean? If the conservator with the exclusive right to determine primary residence of the child is being called away for military duty, you CAN petition the court to change custody to the parent who does not otherwise have the exclusive right to determine the child's primary residence. This may also reduce your child support obligations for this time period.

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