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Written by attorney Heather Gunn Anderson | Nov 10, 2016

4 Tried and True Tips to Prepare for Co-Parenting Mediation

If you're facing mediation with a co-parent, read this and get your mind right.

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3. Prepare an Outline of Your Top Concerns. Write out proposals in case you become emotional. 4. Focus on the Children, Not the Ex. Love your child more than you hate your ex. Don’t bad-mouth the co-parent. If you need help with your mediation, divorce or family matter, please contact me! And the final and most important tip – listen to your lawyer. You’re paying for expertise, and some should be offered to you during the mediation. If you or someone you know needs family law help or want to consult with a mediator, you can reach me at 865-934-4000 or [email protected] © 2016 Heather G Anderson, LLC

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