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I have a Contingent Fee Contract and my case was settled. The attorney immediately placed a Lien Affidavit on a house I rec'd in the agreement. He said I had to sign a paper stating that is was alright, but now, he says his payment is secure so he withdrew from the case. The person I sued never turned over many items they agreed to. The original contract states if he withdrawals, he doesn't get one dime. Can I file a motion to contest his lien at the courthouse myself? Will that stop the sale of the house? I don't mind paying him his fees but his % is not fair when he quit the case. He said it wasn't worth his time + he's getting paid via the lien.
Also, can he file for foreclosure on the lien as I told him about the contract + now he's mad that I caught it. What do I do?