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One example of the 60 40 custody schedule is where one parent spends 4 nights of the week with their child, while the other parent spends 3 nights on the weekend with the child.
There are many shared custodial arrangements where it is not equal, but it may be a 60/40 arrangement, it may be six out of 14 overnights. Five out of 14 overnights. Anything is possible.
As the name implies, 60-40 custody schedules are close to 50-50, but one parent gets a bit more time with the kids than the other. The days are split 3-4, with one parent having the kids for 3 days and the other for 4.
A 60/40 child custody schedule is one option for you or the court to choose when determining child custody. This custody schedule defines your child will spend 60% of their time with one parent and 40% of their time with the other parent. Both parents want to spend as much time with the child as possible.
A 70/30 child custody schedule has one parent as the custodian of your child 70% of the time and the other parent has the child 30% of the time. This is a great custody schedule for many families, and it might work well for you. Child's age, relationship with parents, special needs, school, etc.
As the name implies, 60-40 custody schedules are close to 50-50, but one parent gets a bit more time with the kids than the other. The days are split 3-4, with one parent having the kids for 3 days and the other for 4.
A 60/40 custody schedule means a child spends about 60% of their time in the care of one parent and 40% with the other. That works out to 4 nights per week with the main carer and 3 overnights with the “60% parent”. An allocation of 4 and 3 nights per week actually gives a 57% to 43% split.
Make a Parenting Schedule Right Away. Be Reasonable When Establishing a Custody and Parenting Arrangement. Clarify Your Concerns Regarding Custody. Respect the Needs of Your Children.
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