Possessory Conservator

Category: Children

If one parent is named the sole managing conservator, the other parent is usually named the possessory conservator. If a nonparent is named the sole managing conservator, both parents will usually be named possessory conservators. A possessory conservator still has the rights of a parent but will not have the final say on most decisions.

The Court is prohibited from making an order restricting possession of or access to a child based on the payment or nonpayment of child support.

Read Texas Family Code 153, subchapters D and E to learn the rights, duties, and guidelines for a possessory conservator.

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