Hi, thank you for your question. She has very likely applied to court for implementation / enforcement of the court order and the court will need to assess the circumstances as to why the order has not been implemented.
The solicitor should be able to talk to you prior to the hearing and it will be useful to do this to discuss her application and a way forward.
You should be aware that litigants in person are now very common and the judge will know how to discuss and raise issues with you directly, so attendance at court should not be daunting. Furthermore, the court may have a duty solicitor available to assist and/or represent you on the day free of charge so I would suggest you ensure you attend early - not all courts have a duty solicitor, but if they do they are there to be approached to see if they can assist.
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