When determining custody in any divorce proceeding, the court’s main concern is for the wellbeing of the child. When looking out for the child’s best interests, courts will always attempt to achieve a 50/50 split in custody whenever safe and reasonable.
The court says that both parents being involved is in the best interest of the child unless one of the parents is a danger to the child.
Therefore, unless there are extenuating circumstances, that will be the outcome that the court will look for.
If you have concerns about the custody arrangement, speaking about those concerns with your attorney in a transparent manner is the best way to evaluate your best options.