The minor's counsel was asked by the court to prepare orders after hearing, she is biased
and she put many things that weren't in the minute orders or the transcript, I objected it
and I gave her a copy of my version, she ignored it and filed it and the judge stamped it
(that could be the clerk, not even the judge). It is clearly that she is fevering mom and she is working against our son's best interest, prior court orders if Monday is holiday I will keep my son with me and take him school the next day, not according to the new orders,which does not have my attorney signature which was required, I want to remove her from the case and I am wondering if those orders are valid or not
The order signed (or stamped) by judge is valid.
Timing is everything. When did you object and provide your own proposed order? How long after you received the other attorney's proposed order? Did the opposing counsel send a letter to court with both proposed orders and judge signed attorneys?
His long has it been since you received the signed (stamped) order?
Why is you ex-attorney ex?
There is s lot more to this than you've said and we cannot work without details.
If you have an attorney, ask him or her.
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