Your brother is apparently sufficiently satisfied with his attorney since they have kept his representation. That attorney is guiding your brother and will answer your brother's questions including his options. You have no apparent standing to be involved in the matter, but may wish to speak with your brother to be better informed.
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I agree, you have no standing to intervene in this matter. At a contested adoption trial, one hopes the truth will come out, although I assume there is more to this. If money is the thing keeping your brother from changing attorneys, perhaps you can help him in that way.
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