Can an attorney share pro se commication with them about the case to third parties?
No it's not confidential. That is the same if it were a statement made to the opposing counsel by your own lawyer if you had one.
A good reason to have a lawyer of your own is advice on what should or should not be said to the other side.
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It absolutely is not confidential. There is no attorney-client relationship between two litigating parties, whether the parties are represented by counsel or are pro se.
This response is for information purpose only and does not constitute a legal advice. This response does not create an attorney-client relationship.
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You have no expectation pf privacy or confidentiality for anything you comunicate to opposing counsel in Florida.
This answer was provided as a courtesy to you and no attempt was made to establish any type of attorney/client relationship.