Welcome to the Wefugees Community and thank you for reaching out to us.
The unanswered question you mentioned was published last night (11 hours ago) - please give us some time to read and reply. I will close the other thread now in order to avoid confusion. I hope this is okay for you.
It is quite difficult to give taliored advice without knowing the exact circumstances - your situation seems to be complicated. I did not quite understand what you ment with your lawyer having an "argumentative with the court". Therefore, it is also impossible to explain whether there will be another court decision or not.
The "Duldung" is a temporary suspension of the deportation. There must be a reason/issue which prevents the actual deportation for now. As soon as the Duldung expires and does't get extended or that mentioned reason preventing the deportation (the issuing of a passport, for instance) doesn't exist anymore, the immigration office might withdraw/cancel the Duldung. If this occurs, the person might get deported without prior announcement.
Regarding the lawyer: There is often a lack of communication between lawyers and their clients which can be really stressful of course. However, that does not necessary mean that the lawyer is not working or is not active in your case. If you are too nervous about it, it can help to contact a migration counselling office to get some support regarding the communication and they are often happy to mediate.
I hope this helps and I will also link two of our wonderful experts here: Dear @mbeon-bernd or @mbeon-caritas, am I right on this or is there anything you want to add?
All the best,