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Unfortunately you cannot discuss a case with a judge unless you are a party to the case and file formal papers putting you on the record. This would mean reopening the case, and perhaps that is the best course if the problems arose after the decision. To look at the problems again someone perhaps should contact CYFS and discuss this. But judges will only talk about cases in the formal way of having a proper case filed. They deal with may cases of course and only look at cases which are active, and cannot look at cases which have finished
You would need to start a new case, which refers to the older case. Unfortunately it may not get the same judge, as they do move around. When a decision is made the case is closed, but can be reopened as part of a new case and what happened then, is still relevant of course. What is the current problem?