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Tips for Mediating When You Have Teenagers

Mediating issues of child custody when you have teenagers is a much different prospect than mediating issues of child custody for younger children. Teenagers are getting closer to adulthood, are more independent thinkers and are likely to have their own strong opinions—as well as very different needs than younger siblings.


In this excellent blog posting, Bryan Salamone offers guidance on a few issues you should focus on when negotiating child custody arrangements for teenagers.

  • Consistency with scheduling

  • Handling transfer

  • Possible counseling

  • Boundaries

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