I want to talk to you today about the factors, the top five, that are included in time sharing analysis. We have to look at who’s going to encourage their relationship with the other parent. We want to look at, logistically, how close do you live to the other parent. We also want to look at the stable environment that the child has lived in historically. We also want to look at who is going to be involved in the children, their community, their school record, their doctors, their dentist, and we’re also going to be looking at who’s going to be spending time with your child when it’s your time. So are you watching your child or someone else watching your child when it’s your time. Those are your top five factors for time sharing and if you want to get specifics on your case, I certainly would encourage you to talk with a qualified family law attorney.