What is child custody and time-sharing?
In further, we use the term time-sharing instead of using the term custody. A time-sharing schedule is attached to a legal document called a parenting plan. A time-sharing schedule will state in detail how many days or nights a parent will spend with a child. For example, how many nights a parent will spend with a child during the summer is two weeks, three weeks, half of the summer and so on. It will also state in details holidays. How are they split and times for example; “Do I pick up my child at 6:00 a.m..” “Do I pick up my child at 6:00 p.m?” All that will be included in a time-sharing schedule.
Now, there might be reasons for you to get more than 50% with your child. That is something you need to discuss with your attorney. Once you do that you can figure out exactly how your time-sharing schedule should be decided.