That is up to her, but she probably will mail it to both parties, to avoid a confrontation with one of you, whoever she does not favor.
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You can always ask her. I would try seeing if she will email it to you .
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The general method of delivery is by regular mail. You can request the evaluation to be attached as a pdf file to an email, or to be picked up in person. It would be within the psychologist's discretion as to the method of delivery, as long as you recieve the document before mediation.Ask a similar question
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