No. He said it is very complicated and would take new counsel so much time to get caught up, etc.
This woman is really out of control. She gives me ultimatums all the time, like if I don't agree and do something the way she feels it should be done, then she will not file certain things, etc...
I don't know what to do. She is really rude, too. I mean RUDE.
And, she does this a lot; she pretends like she doesnt hear something I say or ask for when it's convenient for her.
I honestly think it all started when she got me to settle on something, she told me a lie about the law, I cam on JustAnswer and asked an attorney and I found out she lied to me and I told her I found out she lied (didn't tell her how) and she flipped on me. That was the first time she threatened to quit on me. I didn't even say I was going to say anything, I just said that I knew she didn't tell me the truth and she flipped and has been mean since.
Is the bar the only place to file a complaint about an attorney? I agree that it is not a good idea so long as the person is representing me, but overall, is the bar the only place if I ever decide to notify anyone of the way she has behaved?
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