100% timesharing should be limited to cases of abuse, neglect or total abandonment. Asking for 100% timesharing may send the wrong message to the judge, that message being that you are the one being completely unreasonable. If I may suggest a valid alternative, you may consider pleading for supervised visitation to start with a reasonable step up provision based on the amount of contact the father has had with the child. This reasonably protects the child's best interest without denying the father access to his child. I suggest you consult with a local Family Law attorney such as myself to discuss your case in further detail and learn all of your rights and options. Good luck.
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