A 50-50 residential schedule generally is in the children’s best interests when the parents can demonstrate that they have good communication with each other relating to their children, both want a 50-50 schedule, and that exchanging the children on a weekly basis, e.g., Friday to Friday, is in the children’s best interests. In the past, if one parent was against a 50-50 plan, and if the case litigated, the court generally would not approve a 50-50 schedule. However, the trend is that despite one parent’s objection, if the court felt that a 50-50 schedule was in fact in the children’s best interests, the court could approve a 50-50 residential schedule.