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My divorce attorney just collected a judgment against my ...

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My divorce attorney just collected a judgment against my ex-husband on a refinance. I ask him to send me part of the proceeds but his exact words were "if you want any of the proceeds, you''ll have to sign a contract first." It''s not as if I am not paying him because he has received over $100,000 in the last 6 months. Does he have a legal right to hold my money in trust and not pay me when I request payment?
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Bill replied 9 years ago.

Probably not. You need to contact the Washington State Bar and discuss exactly what the attorney said to you and the details of your retainer agreement / existing services contract and have them contact him to help you get the funds released.

You can find their consumer complaint information at

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Customer: replied 9 years ago.
Thank you at least I know where to start.
Expert:  Bill replied 9 years ago.

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