so three different issues .
The great news is that your fiance has finally seen his daughter after two years and now has a regular pattern of contact
Equally good news - the siblings can spend time together - there is no reason why and hand over has to involve the mother - a meeting in a coffee shop can be organised - after all she is 14 not 4.
Since there was no specific order made for the father and both girls to have contact together it cannot be argued that the Order has been completely change don the face of it - which is why the barrister says that there is no instant way of resolving it.
It is for your solicitor to ask the court what happened to cause the change - not the Barrister as his involvement in the case has ended.
Please do not be concerned about the relationship between the solicitor and the barrister - it is a professional relationship in which the solicitor does the leg work and the Barrister does the dramatic and intense part - so the solicitor should be doing this - or asking the barrister what he knows.
If your fiance feels very strongly on this point then he will have to make an urgent fresh applictaion to the court.
Alternatively they can all enjoy what has been won and plan an awesome Christmas next year
I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details