Get advice from the lawyer. Yes, you will probably have to pay for it, but it will be worth it.
A paralegal should not be giving advice or interpreting the decree, so you should bring that to the lawyer's attention.
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This is not a Guardianship question. I reclassified it so you might get better responses.
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