The Court is not going to be looking at whether the parenting plan is "fair", but rather, whether the plan is in the best interests of the children involved. Is the schedule described the schedule which will be best for the children? There is nothing about this parenting plan that seems abnormal or immediately concerning. Compared to many plans, it provides a generous summer schedule for the non-residential parent. Depending on the age of the kids, 5 days could be considered a long time during the school year for the non-residential parent to go without any face-to-face contact. Typically the rule of thumb is the younger the child, the more frequent the contact should be. That could be resolved by throwing in a Wednesday night dinner (depending on distance between residences). If distance is an issue, maybe you could include a scheduled Skype session on Wednesday night, or provide for phone contact in your proposed parenting plan.
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