You need to see an attorney. You probably need to analyze the parenting evaluation and so you need help digesting that, perhaps with the aid of a person trained and qualified to do evaluations.
Did you file for a revision after the last hearing? If not, you have waived your right to challenge the temp order. You can file a new motion for temp orders based upon changed circumstances, but disagreeing with the Parenting evaluation is not changed circumstances. You will most likely have to wait for trial to attack the report. You can do the GAL's deposition as well as hire a forensic expert to analyze the report and testify to hi/'her findings. If your husband filed 7 months ago and it is a King county case, you are running out of time quickly because all of this has to be accomplished before Discovery cut off.
The information is for general information purposes only. Nothing stated above should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation.
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