Hi Sherry I wanted to give you the update about what happened in court yesterday. In my lawyers meeting I had told her some of what we talked about and told her I didn’t want an attorney ad litem and wanted to back out a bit as I didn’t see anything we were doing going in a good direction. I said I wanted to work things from a different angle and she was open to working with you….She (the judge) said we didn’t need attoney (sic) ad litem for now! We went through some other issues and finalized them..She seemed happier with me and irritated by his argumentative attitude. All in all a small step forward but more importantly it was not a step back….So now I feel like we have a much better position to work on our new strategy. My son’s dad even let him call me later that day for the first time in years…Thanks you so much for speaking to me the other day. I think it was the first time in court I felt like I had a voice and I could choose to say no if needed.~
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