California law requires divorcing parents to engage in mediation to settle child custody matters before they can file a petition with the court. If parents can’t agree on child custody arrangements, a California court decides. Instead of leaving decisions about your children’s future in the hands of a judge, mediation gives you more control over your children’s futures.
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