When divorcing parents are working on a custody or visitation schedule for their children, it is not unusual for them to disagree about where to exchange the children if they do not live close to each other. One option is to find a point half-way between each of their homes. I recently came across a web-based program, which is called MeetWays. It is specifically designed to give users the midpoint between two addresses. I tested it quickly. It looks like it requires a little tinkering. But it is designed to find a point of interest such as a restaurant midway between two addresses.
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