You need to hire a lawyer. Immediately.
Your lawyer then needs to order a transcript of the hearing and review it against the draft order for errors. Any problems can be objected to at that point.
You will need to sit down with your lawyer to map out a plan of action based on what has already been filed and what your goals are. You need to get moving on this immediately as it seems her lawyer has already managed to turn her from being the bad guy into the victim. The longer you wait the harder it will be to get back to where you should be.
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You need an attorney immediately. You will need to obtain a transcript of the prior hearing, and at least be sure the proposed order is consistent with the judges ruling. Then, you need to consider requesting a rehearing. You and your attorney need to spend some time together preparing for all future proceedings. Hire an attorney immediately.
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Immediately file a motion for rehearing or for a new trial and swear to it before a notary by attaching an affidavit and a motion to delay entry of the order so that you can obtain legal representation. You should then file a cross-motion along with a motion to enforce visitation and for contempt. The longer you wait the worse it gets--in hindsight, should have hired a board certified family lawyer immediately when she started messing with your visitation.
Every case is different and it is difficult to get a true feel for the case from these limited postings, so please do not take these comments as legal advice. Always consult with a knowledgeable lawyer before making any potentially life-altering decisions.
Hire an aggressive and experienced lawyer ASAP who can file a motion for reconsideration and reargue your case with present your evidence. But you should present your situation to an attorney to see what your best course of action is at this point.
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