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FSA accounts are usually funded through voluntary salary reduction agreements with your employer. No employment or federal income taxes
are deducted from your contribution.
Unfortunately FSA accounts are limited by some IRS rules
. Flexible spending accounts are “use-it-or-lose-it” plans. This means that amounts in the account at the end of the plan year cannot be carried over to the next year
. However, the plan can provide for a grace period of up to 2½ months after the end of the plan year. If there is a grace period, any qualified medical expenses
incurred in that period can be paid from any amounts left in the account at the end of the previous year. Your employer is not permitted to refund any part of the balance to you
These money are returned to your employee.
The attorney whom you hired should know these rules and should advise you that you would not able to get your money back. I suggest to request a refund of $200 charge that was unnecessary and would not provide any result.
Unfortunately - that all you may do at this point.
Sorry if you expected a different answer.