I had a attorney who was not forthcoming with information in a sign document because I trusted him that I was obtaining a business with no provision he only showed me the last part of the document were I needed to sign and told me that I got the business, a few days later I was looking our the document and saw some provisions that I would have not agreed upon if I was aware. This has been so draining.
Without better context, the only advice that we can give you is to get a lawyer to advise you on what is or is not smart given your situation.
I echo Mr Burgess' comment. Unless there is a case filed in court, there is no judge with jurisdiction over the issues, and thus no judge to write a letter to. If a case is filed, it's generally better for your attorney to contact the court than a litigant.
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