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  • #16
    Originally posted by Dogmatique View Post
    The reality is that 50/50 timeshares are not commonly ordered. It takes exceptional commitment from both parents, and if one of the parent doesn't agree to the proposal, the judge isn't going to order it.





    Because at 2, the child is not old enough to understand why s/he lives one week with Mom, then one week with Dad - all s/he knows is that suddenly s/he doesn't have access to the other parent.

    How is that in the child's best interest?

    Remember, this isn't about you. At. All.
    Well wouldn't that mean that she would be better off not seeing one of the parents at all? Anytime with the other parent would mean no access to the other, whether it be 1 day or 1 week???

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    • #17
      Originally posted by TheSiege View Post
      Well wouldn't that mean that she would be better off not seeing one of the parents at all? Anytime with the other parent would mean no access to the other, whether it be 1 day or 1 week???

      You're still living with Mom - correct?

      There's a reason I'm asking

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Dogmatique View Post
        You're still living with Mom - correct?

        There's a reason I'm asking
        No, I own my own home. And I will after the divorce is final

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