Mother has "primary parenting time" and I would assume primary decision-making ability. However, father has relatively liberal parenting time when child is not in school. There is not really a phrase or term of art here in CO for that.
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I give my learned colleague Mr. Leroi credit as he is in tune with this question more than I. I would simply call what you've described as a parenting plan.
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I am not sure why it is important to label your parenting plan. Are you trying to clarify when the Father's parenting time begins and ends? If you and the other parent cannot reach agreement to clarify this, you would file a motion with the court seeking clarification of the parenting plan. It would not hurt to consult with an attorney to review the plan and fully understand your rights. Feel free to give us a call.
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