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HelloThis is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.First, I suggest, that a good attorney is a busy attorney. And unless there is something to discuss or report the attorney is not going to frivolously contact you as they charge for every letter, email, phone call or other communication with the client. So it could be the attorney is not contacting you because they don't want to "peel"away at your settlement with non information.If you have questions that you would like answered, I suggest that you put them into a letter. List the concerns you have and in the letter request the attorney's office staff contact you to schedule a phone appointment to discuss those issues. That way the attorney will know what you need, and will be well prepared with the information and answers when they call you, instead of wasting your time and money only to find out what it is you need and then have to make a return call once they get the information for you.
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It depends on the attorney. I suggest that I have never given a loan on a settlement. But you can discuss that with your attorney.