My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Texas
The father of my children and I have joint custody of our daughter in the state of Texas (never married) with a “First Right of Refusal” clause in our order. Their father (who lives less than 4 miles away) would have other people watch our children rather than giving me the opportunity to watch them, which is why we added the clause.
I am the custodial parent and getting married soon and my question is how does this clause work with their soon-to-be Stepfather? The exact language states “Right of First Refusal – If a conservator is unable to exercise visitation for more than two consecutive hours, the conservator shall notify the other conservator, who will have the right to take possession of the children before using another party to care for them for the period the conservator is unable to exercise visitation.”
Thanks in advance.