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I am afraid that non-payment of attorney's fees is legal good cause for an attorney to withdraw from a case. Thus, if you cannot negotiate with him to take payments, even if you do not sign agreeing to the withdrawal, the court will hold a hearing and grant the withdrawal unless you can prove that his withdrawal at this point in the case would cause a "significant prejudice" to your case and will cause you material harm. This is a pretty high burden for you to prove. Once he submits the motion to withdraw, you can file an "Notice of Entry of Appearance Pro Se
" which notifies the court you are going to be representing yourself (which you should try to avoid as the FL courts hate pro se litigants).
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