Hello Kendall Bennett,
I would not recommend you this solution as you might get some inconsistency with your data when fetching the referenced objects. Actually having just one 1:m association is good enough and what you can do to simulate 1:1 is to have a property in a partial class for the class that has the n side of the association. For example you could have something like this:
All the best,
the Telerik team
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