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This is a common situation, if the attorney is not representing the client the way he should be, you should first discuss the matter with the attorney,
if he fails to provide you with a reasonable explanation, consider a grievance against the attorney with the State bar association, they will force him to resolve the matter and will investigate his actions, if he has not done his job they can force him to pay the family back the fee that was given.
The Lawyer has been spoken to on serval occassions so now its time to to take him to the bar how do i do that cause next court day is 8 15 13 as i .said before is there anyway i can write to the judge over the courtroom
I live in chicago also do i go to the bar before the next court day or wait to see whats happens
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