Well . . . the factors you list are not those that a court must review in making a contested custody decision, and the time-share you describe sounds like joint physical custody as defined in the 2009 Rivero case. Both the case and the statutory factors list are posted at http://www.willicklawgroup.com/child_custody_visitation.
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