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Your welcome. Shouldn't be too bad once you get things dialed in a bit.
The the pics you posted do a nice job of showing what happens when you try to address mixed lighting with a global solution.
A) Much Too Warm/Neutral
B) Much Too Cool/Neutral
C) Slightly Warm/Slightly Cool
The only way to address mixed lighting is to either match the lighting so that you no longer have mixed lighting, or perform selective corrections in post ... global correction just won't get it. C) may kinda "split the difference" to a place that may be tolerable, but it just won't be bringing the most out of your image. But, if you have to choose between one or the other ... typically I'd go with whatever flatters your subject best, as neutral may or may not achieve that.