well the judge awarded me attorney fees, along with other finacial things he owes and is giving my ex 30 days to pay. Judge was very clear and those were all the things i wanted and she is trying to finish the matters for me because she realized that my ex has delayed in everything pertaining the divorce case. Well months ago the firm told me that the remaining division of a private investment cant be done at trial, but my lawyer did question him on those issues. The judge granted him to pay that in 30days as well. But my lawyer behind my back has said I requested clarification on the LLC's matters and that I did not anticipate to that the trial would resolve all remaining issues. Which is not true. That is what the firm told me that I could not do at trial. So they are twisting the truth and saying as if I want to go to court again. But i want to go thru paperwork or hold my ex in contempt if he doesnt pay. I dont want to go to court and pay more attorney fees and my lawyer knows this. How can I let the judge know Im being wrongly represented? He is also telling her I want to probably motion to compel which drags everything out longer. I told him repeatedly I want this over but he has been tricking me and double talking.
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