I did not see eye to eye with Attorney Dick. We started out on good terms but after he lost several documents I'd given to him and was told I'd have to find them, copy and provide them again plus the USD, I began to have doubts. Fortunately the documents were then located so that was resolved. There were several documents requested by opposing counsel that had been requested that I spent quite a bit of time trying unsuccessfully to find. When I voiced my frustration with that he told me that it was okay if I couldn't come up with them. That was news to me and added to my frustration--why had that not been told to me. I was later asked to provide more bank statements and credit card statements, many of which were for dates that I'd already provided. He will tell you that is not the case but I get to differ. Frankly, it was a bit confrontational for him to bring his paralegal into the conference room to insist that I had NOT provided the documents I said they already had. I found him to be knowledgeable but I don't think he was providing documents to opposing counsel that they'd requested. Again he will dispute this but I kept a record of what I'd provided already and they apparently didn't have them. I did fire him and he charged me a fee to withdraw as my counsel.