In this study, researchers coded family mediation agreements from a law school mediation clinic according to whether or not there was a history of intimate partner violence (IPV). Researchers hypothesized that certain issues would be more or less likely to appear in agreements from families with IPV than from those without. The study reviewed data on 205 families who reached an agreement mediated by a student mediator between 2003 and 2008. The researchers found no significant difference in issues such as custody or parenting-time arrangements. However, families with a history of IPV were more likely to include safety restrictions and counseling referrals.