Don't sign a paper like that. All it will do is cause you pain in the future. Quit trying to give her what she wants. Agree to an equitable division of the marital estate and to an extended standard possession order (that is, a standard possession order extended by Texas Family Code 153.317). If she won't agree to that, set your case for trial and let the judge decide. There is no reason to give her anything the judge won't give her, and he won't make you sign anything that says you have to objey your son's every wish and whim.
You are better off going to court and getting a decree from the judge than agreeing to something horrible like this.
Do not sign anything like that... not only are kids fickle, but they can also be manipulated by the other parent. If you sign that, your visitation will be subject to the whims of an eight year old.
Perhaps a better option is just to offer to let the child call mom at any time during the visit and to keep her informed of where the child will be...
This answer is intended for informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice nor forming the attorney client relationship. This attorney is licensed in Texas.
I agree 100% with Mr. Daley - DON'T SIGN IT. Without knowing more details, it is difficult to give your more advice. You need to speak with an attorney about this. Best of luck.
This answer is intended for informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice nor forming the attorney client relationship. This attorney is licensed in Texas
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