You need to consult an attorney to assist you. Generally, you will have to have the judge that has the case now enter a specific order directing the clerk to transfer the case and set out in detail why venue is no longer proper in Fayette County. Do not try to do this on your own.
Consult a local attorney rather than trying to do it yourself. What you're doing so far obviously isn't working.
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