The provisions in the final judgment pertaining to parental responsibility should clearly and specifically delineate the rights of each of the parties.
They generally should define time-sharing, with particularity as to times and places.
The court may also include a requirement that the parties attempt mediation, if available, before any attempted modification or clarification.
A trial court may decline to approve the provisions of a marital settlement agreement relating to shared parenting and time-sharing, and support if the provisions are not in the best interests of the children.
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