So after a hearing held about 4 months ago where I asked for multiple actions including Minor's Counsel to be removed due to gross negligence.
Judge agrees to all requests except denies my request to remove Minor's Counsel. Then I receive in the mail this letter two FL-340s to be signed by me and my ex-wife.
The FL-340's refer to the order issued by the Judge that reads ATTACHMENT TO FINDINGS AND ORDER AFTER HEARING: MINOR'S COUNSEL FEES:
1. The Court orders FRED DOE, Petitioner and WILMA DOE, Respondent to equally share payment of minor's counsel fees of $xxxxx., to Minors Counsel
2. The parties shall consult with Minors Counsel and attempt to make an agreed upon payment plan. If the parties are unable to reach an agreement on a payment plan, minor's counsel, upon submission of an appropriate declaration, the court will issue a writ.
3. The Court denies the request of minor's counsel for payment of said fees to be paid out of a retirement fund.
I was VERY VOCAL at the hearing and want to appeal this order and also made clear that if I could, I would file for malpractice due to the irreversible damage caused to the child during the holidays by Counsel's negligence.
A. What is a "writ". I googled the term with no satisfactory answer.
B. Do I have to notify minors counsel before I appeal my case?
C. Is there a "litmus test" for Malpractice