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Thanks. I am in different state. It takes me minimum five hours driving to meet him face to face.
Yes, I do not like to change attorney. But now I even hard to get a chance to speak to him (not answering phone/voice mail/email). He may answer those in around a week. Last time, I sent five email and phone calls to get one response.
By the way, should the plaintiff pay the filing fee ? I ask the attorney if the filing need to write check to do so, but no answer.
we didn't sing attorney client agreement. He sent out a settlement letter and then drafted a document for filing. Do I have to make it clear how much I owe him? He charges $250/hour. Without written attorney client, what if a dispute on the billed amount. Any rule of thumb?
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