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10 helpful tips for mediating child related issues


10 Helpful Tips for Mediating Child Related Issues


Ten Helpful Tips & Considerations for Mediating Child Related Issues
Some of the considerations discussed in this article apply generally to mediating a successful parenting plan regarding children of all ages, while others are more important depending upon the age of the children.  Domestic relations courts will require that the parties submit a parenting plan that addresses a variety of key issues.  In divorce mediation, parents are able to negotiate and resolve those key issues, and address other parenting issues that maybe personally important to you, but beyond the scope of what a domestic judge would normally decide.
I. Considerations for Children Ages Birth to Toddler
Consistent Schedules
The general aim is to try to do what is in the best interest of your children.  With very young children, parents should attempt to keep consistent schedules at both homes.   Consistent feeding and sleep schedules are especially important.  Also, parents should try their best to communicate and support one another with development tasks such as potty training.


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