How do I switch attorneys for a joint visitation case?
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Often, an attorney gives a person good advice and an honest opinion about the case that the person may not want to hear. If a case has flaws, weak areas, or if a person has unrealistic expectations a good attorney will point them out. Some people will then fire the honest attorney and call around until they find a bad attorney that will tell them what they want to hear whether it is accurate or not.
A person has the right to change attorneys at any time but always a good idea to first make sure that is the smartest move. When there is a change of attorneys they can file a substitution of counsel to make the change.
I wish you the best of luck with your case.
This communication does not create an attorney/client relationship and is not legal advice. ALWAYS conduct a detailed in-person consultation with an attorney before taking any legal action or making any decision that could impact in any way your legal matter.
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