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If you cannot communicate with them due to it breaking down to an argument you can have a diary where you each set out what is going on and what you wish to do.
It is best that you try and communicate because it is better for the child but if you cannot speak without it breaking down to an argument then the only thing that is open to you is the diary which the child takes from parent to parent.
You have to finish mediation and if it fails then you have to go to court.
If you reach an agreement with a parenting plan you should look at having it made into a court order by consent so it is enforceable.
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No there is no such law.
But if you cannot talk the question is how will you reach an agreement?
During the medaiton process you may have to address him directly