Trying to navigate this process without an attorney is VERY difficult, and VERY risky. Did the judge set a "return" date? If that date's coming up, and the evaluation hasn't started yet, you need to file either an ex parte application, or an RFO, to get the order for the evaluation enforced. How come two months went by between the time you picked an evaluator and the time the evaluator started doing anything?
Petition the court on an ex parte to complete the appointment of the evaluator and ask for fees
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