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When parties mediate in their family law legal process, many times one or both parties have attorneys with whom each is working who can give him or her legal advice about the settlement issues and proposals.
Myths about family mediation abound, and are mostly due to a lack of mutual understanding between attorneys and mediators.
Washington divorce law requires a parenting plan in any divorce case involving children. The court considers the best interests of the children in deciding on a parenting plan. Any parenting plan must include a schedule of where the children will live and when, the division of responsibility for decision making regarding medical and educational needs, and a statement of how the parents plan on handling future disputes.
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