The courts can use what has been practiced as a guide to the current visitation schedule. Very young children need shorter periods of separation from their primary parent, but more frequent. I would suggest that you find an attorney in your area who is familiar with the judges in your area, as I have seen individual judges vary pretty widely.
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Probably at the initial stage but can be modified later.
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