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Good morning. Do you know the reason they want to withdraw?
Thank you for the reply. The attorney first needs to file a motion with the court, asking to withdraw and if they do, need to send you a copy of the motion. Moreover, once it is set for hearing, you need notice as well, as you do have a legal right to appear and object to it.Simply emailing you would not be sufficient notice and it should be sent via US mail. Now, if money is owed and has yet to be paid, as agreed, the attorney can withdraw and the Judge is going to allow it, so I do want to share that information with you.
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