I am afraid that I don't have a very helpful or optimistic answer: I am a very experienced family law attorney and, even so, face this same problem in getting Support Magistrates to move cases along for my clients even where enormous sums of money are owed. There is a serious problem with a system that repeatedly adjourns cases or delays decisions. I do not exactly understand the procedural posture of your case, so I do not know if there is anything an attorney can do to expedite it but it is worth consulting with someone.
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Unfortunately, this has been dragging on for way too long, and that makes it more difficult for you to press forward. You really should consult with an attorney who can make an application to the court for relief you seek.
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