Since you objected under 4251 (c) you get a de novo hearing but she can hire counsel and he will be given an opportunity to do some discovery. It would be up to the judge to allow another continuance and the burden is on them to show good cause. dependa on the Judge, some are strict and do not allow more than one continuance. Best to consult with counsel.
It sounds like you need an attorney, can you afford one? Is there a legal service pro bono for disabled people, have you subpeoned your medical records to the court?
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