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Sec. 153.701.  DEFINITIONS.  In this subchapter:

(1)  “Designated person” means the person ordered by the court to temporarily exercise a conservator’s rights, duties, and periods of possession and access with regard to a kid during the conservator’s deployment, mobilization, or temporary duty.

(2)  “Military deployment” means the temporary transfer of a service member of the armed forces of this state or the United States serving in an active-duty status to another location in support of combat or some other operation.

(3)  “Mobilization” means the call-up of a National Guard or Reserve service member of the armed forces of this state or the United States to extended active duty status.  The term does not include National Guard or Reserve annual training.

(4)  “Temporary duty” means the transfer of a service member of the armed forces of this state or the United States from one military base to a different location, usually another base, for a limited time for training or to assist in the performance of a noncombat mission.

We have Fort Sam, Randolph, Lackland that make up the bases in Bexar County & I’m lucky to have an office located near all three.  A little further from Lackland but still easy to get to.  My office is located at 1807 San Pedro Avenue which is less than 2 miles from Fort Sam & only 6 miles from Randolph.

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