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A. In any proceeding of children where custody of minor children is contested by any party, the Court may appoint an attorney at law as guardian ad litem on the Court’s motion or upon application of any party to appear for and represent the minor children. Expenses, costs, and attorney fees for the guardian ad litem may be allocated among the parties as determined by the Court.

B. When property, separate maintenance, or custody is at issue, the Court may refer the issue or issues to mediation. ONCA 12-53, eff. Apr. 19, 2012.