Texas uses a standardized visitation schedule (the "Standard Possession Order") for visitation with a child or children when a couple divorces. Generally speaking, if the parents live no more than 100 miles apart, the Standard Possession Order allows visitation every Thursday night during the regular school term; the first, third and (if there is one) fifth weekends of each month throughout the year; and a block of time in the summer. Major holidays are either split or alternate yearly.
Even though the Standard Possession Order is standardized, there are some choices a parent can make. These choices include what time the child is picked up, whether the child stays overnight on Thursday, and whether weekend visitation ends Sunday evening or Monday morning.
This app allows the user to select from the permitted choices. Once the user finishes his or her selections and pays for the purchase, the selected calendar automatically downloads. It can then by synced with the user's iPhone or iPad.