I was on the other side of this and I have to be honest when I was presenting in person my ex's solicitor was really helpful and would talk me through things and so on. Essentially they are officers of the court and if only one side is represented they have some duty to help the other side, how much will probably depend on how your ex or me in my case talks to them.
The only way I can see you can stop this given normally her solicitor would talk to your solicitor so as she is not represented he has to talk with her but given his duty to the court and if she is being nice to him then he will be helping her get her case organised in a way that the court can accept. So the only way I can see you could stop this is by firing them and self representing yourself.
Thanks for your response, The courts are no longer involved, that side of things are over with. This is about me trying to take her back to court on an order she has failed to comply with.
I have explained to my solicitor that she needs to instruct a legal team for herself so they can communicate through each other.
I may have to approach him again & explain that I don't want him to assist her at my expense, it's funny how she always instructs her own solicitor to get the ball rolling & then kicks them to the kerb.
Oh well, maybe time to find another Solicitor, The ex has screwed me over too many times to do it again.
Thank you for your reply, I'm not able to deal with her directly as I have an injunction in place against her.
Hence the reason I want things done through solicitors. She recently turned up at my new address & threw a brick through my partners window, no doubt, denied all knowledge of it, until a neighbour rocked up with evidence on their CCTV.