Thank you for your question, and thank you very kindly for requesting me to assist you further. Please allow me to do so today.I am a bit unclear so I will try to follow the issue. A paralegal cannot go in front of the judge--a paralegal is not an attorney and cannot represent anyone in court. Doing so would be considered 'unauthorized practice of law' and is against state and federal regulations. As for having him come to the office, that is her prerogative, while most legal professionals do not work that way, some do. The whole issue sounds very shady. I also realize that you have other concerns but I am having difficulty reading your question and understanding the situation. Could you clarify and restate whatever other concerns you brought up that I did not touch upon? Thank you!
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