I guess that there are some hurt feelings, for us going to a person that left the law firm for help. We are still unable to speak with the paralegal who is our point of contact for our case.
The paralegal that was working on our case, was excellent now it is a 180 degree change.
We have drafted a letter to be send to our attorney, but we are not sure how deeper a hole we would be digging. Our attorney for the most part is going to court or on the way back from court, so for the past 7 or 8 years our main contact has been with the paralegal working on our case.
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