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* in cases falling in the mid-range between these extremes, both parties have the burden of proof.
The problem is that we don't have a definition of what "substantially equal" means, or of what "vast majority" means. It'll be up to the courts to figure this out, and that's going to take some time. An equal sharing of the children's time, like a week-on, week-off schedule is certainly "substantially equal," but what about when an objecting person who has children for 45 percent of their time? Or 35 percent? Is 35 percent "substantially equal?" And that's why the courts have such an important role in interpreting legislation. (For more information about this part of the courts' job, read [[
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