While much of divorce and custody law is statutory, there are many issues which are not black and white. For example, the new law in Kentucky makes a presumption of shared parenting, joint custody and equal time with children. This presumption can be rebutted if there is evidence that such an arrangement is not in the best interest of the child(ren). Moreover, equal parenting does not necessarily mean week on/week off schedule. There are many schedules that equate to equal parenting and are often utilized that are not week on/off, for example:
Short answer, do not sign anything before review by your attorney. There is a vast difference between custodial rights and parental rights.
Kentucky law regarding custody and parenting time has officially been modified effective April 26, 2018. This applies to both wed and unwed parents.
If a divorce or custody client asks about holiday v. vacation v. weekends v. regular parenting time, there is an order to parenting time with the children which is generally spelled out in any custody order or parenting plan.