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Old 10-05-2020, 01:59 PM
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From what I have read from others, the disclosure meeting involves the CLO reading out their findings and possible recommendations. You may be able to ask questions about elements of the report but that is it.

Depending on the contents of the report, your exs lawyer may send a request to change some element of supervised access (ie the CLO found no concerns and recommends supervised access ends) or on any further therapy for anyone involved.

There is no situation where you have to agree on the spot. If your exs lawyer tries to do that you simply advise you need time to discuss with counsel and will respond accordingly. You can also tell the lawyer you want all requests in writing. You do not have to agree to anything at this meeting.
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