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If I think my lawyer has over charged me in the appeal process. What should I do

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It's a simple family dispute. I won a unanimous jury decision

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Schedule an appointment with him and share your concerns. If they are not resolved in the meeting you can always bring a fee dispute with the bar.


You should begin by discussing these concerns with your lawyer, which may ultimately resolve, any reservations about his or her fee.

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Carlos Blumberg

Carlos Blumberg


I agree with Attorney Ross Goodman.


"It's a simple family dispute. I won a unanimous jury decision." That does not make it a simple appeal, and even a relatively straightforward appeal is a major project. I would have expected, in any event, that the financial terms of the appeal would have been agreed upon between you and the attorney beforehand. But every state, so far as I know, has some mechanism to address and resolve fee disputes. Find out how such disputes are handled in your state and, unless you and your attorney are able to clear the matter up between yourselves, initiate the necessary procedure.

Terry David Horner

Terry David Horner


Mr. Sachs is a highly experienced appellate practitioner, and well knows that few appeals are as "simple" as the client thinks at the outset. Heed his advice.

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