California  |  Family Law

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Asked on: 11/11/13, 8:57 am

I am an In Pro Per litigant, over my head with court. I have been through one hearing concerning visitation, scheduled to return to court in two months. During the hearing concerning visitation, the Judge ordered the Respondent to exchange our child with no excessive delays. The Judge verbally instructed the Respondent (who had legal counsel present) to not supervise or impose on my visitation. However, the Respondents Attorney has emailed to me his 'draft proposal of the Order' (Findings and Order After Hearing) and ignored the Judge's verbal order instructions, and wrote that the Respondent will 'supervise' the visitation. Now, the Attorney for the Respondent wrote to me that if I do not sign his 'Draft Proposal of the Order', he will file it without my signature to the court. Can the Attorney for the Respondent do this, modify/change, the Judge's verbal instructions which were made during our court hearing? Thank you for helping.

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