A lawyer talking with someone about their case is a touch subject. Also, a person is entitled to have the attorney they want and can discharge an attorney if they are not comfortable. I would not take a case where a person is represented by an attorney, particularly without talking with them first. I would also suggest that you do not hire an attorney who before you hred them went against your wishes
The ability to hire and fire an attorney is your decision. I agree with the Mr. Zachary and if a prospective attorney cannot follow your directions now, it would probably not turn into a good business relationship.
Best of luck in your search!
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