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Firstly, I wouldn't advise withdrawing from court. The answer to your first question is that the court are quite likely to follow the Cafcass recommendation or at least loosely give an order based on the report. Secondly, I would just resubmit the same documents and evidence and suggestions for the FHDRA hearing as they will most likely look at the previous recommendations made so there isn't much point in deviating from this. If there are no safeguarding issues raised in the Section 7 then the court shouldn't have any issue providing an order which gives the full contact requested as long as this doesn't have any negative effect on the child's day to day life.
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The court are not likely to give one week each to parent unless it is a viable option. Obviously, I cannot comment on what the judge will do or say, but the standard is every second weekend and time during the week. But, if you live next to each other for example and the child can attend the same school etc. then the courts will consider this. But ultiemdtly it is the judges decision I would be wrong to comment on what they will order. They may order some contact provisionally then re-address the situation a few months down the line.
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