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My ex filed for visitation. Our county offers free mediation services to try and settle these kinds of issues. It did not work the first time, but now he is agreeing to give me most of what I want. My only concern is that I want supervised visits, given my ex's lengthy criminal history (sex offender, felony battery, misdemeanor battery..the list goes on). I've been told by a lawyer that I can get supervised, but I've been told by a mediator that supervised is only temporary unless they find a good cause to make it permanent. I don't want to spend all this money on a lawyer and time in court if the outcome will be the same (temporary supervised visits). Is it likely that I can fight for permanent supervised visitation and win?
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