Recovery orders will be heard in 2 weeks. Grandmother put an interim order on her daughter with the grandchild's name also on it while she had agreed to babysit while her daughter was in Queensland trying to start a life for her and her child. We had shown up at family court for the interim hearing. The child's name was removed from the order but the grandmother refused to hand over the child and with an interim order in place, well, getting the child back in the mother's care were basically impossible. She has since lost the pension because she was opted to sign paperwork drawn up by the 2 solicitors saying that if she stays in Victoria she can have access to the child 4 days a week. She has been told if she was to go back to qld she would only have phone contact which her mother never answered. Anyways, she was too busy scheming all this behind her back, the lies that have been made up while she has been there are completely ridiculous and this has gotten completely out of hand. What are the chances that when the recovery orders gets heard in a family court that this will be short and sweet and a lot less painful then it has had to be?