can view previously asked questions? my last question explained it. my lawyer did not disclose the fact that the contract we had just read togther was not the same one that was brought back into the room only one sentence add. he did not offer to read the contract with one sentence added.. I told him that if only 1 sentence was added. i would go ahead and sign contract. Either he did not know the contract many
paragraphs different, or he did not tell me that it was a totally different contract.
This contract is very different than the one we just read together. I did not expect my own lawyer to switch contracts on me. I had told him "if it is only the one sentence that has been added". This addition was made at the very last minute. --- pls see previous question asked for more explaination. pls let me know if you are unable to look at previous questions asked. thank you.
need to know what legal verbage would need to be used to contest the settlement ---
lack of proper representation. -none discloser
unfortunatly not, the other party to the mediation had to sign it and I never saw it again.
he said that they had added 'a' sentence, which we discussed. when I read the document later.. i was horrified. my attorney has not been available since.
I had discussed 14 day money release from court.. not it appears they are going in front of the Jugde 5/23/2012. (there is a frozen account that is suppose to be mine)
can a lawyer be sancioned if they make settlement agreements without counsulting you? or changing an agreement between lawyer and client. to something different between lawyer and lawyer?
I live out of state, is there any way to file a motion with the court without a lawyer, immediatly? I would need to find another lawyer. I think your right the motion should be done immediatly, I'm just not sure if it is allowed without having a lawyer for probate mediation.
If is can be done, do you have any idea where I would be able to find the information on correctly filing a motion without a lawyer?. tarrant county tx
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