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I am hopefully near the end of a long legal battle to end a very abusive marriage.
However, there are some things I still need my attorney to help me do - tie up some loose ends - because I hope to have no contact with my ex after the divorce. I know he will manipulate all he can to draw me back into conflict - because the divorce is due to many years of his horrible abuse and control (which I am trying to heal from now).
My attorney has now become hostile. I have done my best to cooperate, even through a good many frustrations. My main attorney always assigns me to female assistants which are horrible to deal with. He once promised me he would handle my case himself, but of course he did not.
I still retain this attorney and how can I gain their cooperation here at the end?I should add here too I have a "no contact" order on my soon to be ex that my attorney helped me get. My attorney just told me to go get my ex to sign papers himself! (with the no contact order!!) I think this is really bad legal advice!
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