Hi all, This is possibly fruitless, however, today I attended family court armed with a family report that clearly stated that I should be given more time immediately with my daughter. When presented to the Judge, she wouldn't listen or even consider the report as all she wanted was to know if my daughter should still attend a psychologist that her mother unilaterally took her to. This was due to our previous hearing where the Judge asked a family consultant to answer this question. At this hearing, we did sign some interim orders that now do not reflect what the family report writer has suggested should be done. At this point, the Judge said that she would only consider the family report in trial as it needed to be tested. The problem is that she then put us in the trial callover for 2018 - 2 years away! - Stating she was too overloaded to consider this earlier. So in effect, I have a family report that recommends increasing my time, that the mother undertake counselling and not move - which she had already done anyway - 45 min away. But this will not see the light of day until at least 2018. I wonder if there is any recourse or previous precedent to move the Trial date up into 2017 or have our case heard by another judge sooner. Otherwise, I am left with a useless report that basically says it's in my daughters (3 year old) interest to be spending more time with me. Thanks for any thoughts or help.