You should either go back to the attorney who originally represented you or retain a new lawyer to file papers in court to have the judge approve the trip. Good luck to you.
My colleague is correct, but I would suggest that you continue to pursue the issue with your PO. And if there is any reason for the PO's "change of heart", make sure you tell your attorney.
I agree that you should get an attorney involved since there is not a great deal of time for this to get resolved. The attorney who handled the case in court would seem like the logical choice, but you are certainly allowed to contact a different attorney for help in this matter. Good luck.
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