Have the requested documents already been received by my attorney or were they put on hold until such time that a deposition is rescheduled?
In this case, I am not aware of any depositions scheduled. Are the documents released before a deposition date is set?
Do I have a right to see the documents supplied in response to the subpoenas my attorney sent on my behalf if they were released. His date was Nov. 15, 2010?
If I release my attorney from representing me on this coming Monday, while meeting with him, Do I have the right to demand all of my documents at that time and walk out with them or does he have an opportunity to delay my request for my documents in any way and charge me for the time to compile my documents?
If he does not have to give them to me at that very time, can I advise him to do nothing more on my behalf to avoid any other charges?
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You may need to know that the two attorneys are exerting whatever means possible to extend the case. I have not been advised of a deposition which is supposedly set for this Thursday and feel that the information will be released without merit. What, if anything, can be done to avoid the despondent in releasing these documents at this time? If fact, if it was cancelled wouldn't the bank (despondent) be advised of that?
Yes, if the deposition was canceled, the deponent certainly should have been notified. While I did indicate in my initial answer that the documents may still have been released, the presumption is that they were not released.
To ensure this result, you should contact your attorney. While I can certainly understand your frustrations with the attorney, the fact is he still represents you....until you release him. Until that time comes, call him and check on whether the documents were released and, assuming they have not been, communicate to him that you want to make sure they are not released until the deposition is re-scheduled.
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