Perhaps something happened to the attorney, why don't you send her an email and a certified letter asking what is going on, give her the benefit of the doubt, she could have been injured or had a family emergency, the good news is the check is not cashed so that you have not been financially injured. Hope things work out and take care.
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Have you tried to contact her other than by phone? If not, you might try emailing or going to her office. It would be somewhat unusual for you to pay an attorney and then hear nothing for over a month, especially when you were contemplating filing for divorce in a short period of time.Ask a similar question
First, you need to go to your lawyer's office and see what is going on. Second, you can check with the local bar association. Third, check the cler's office to see if the petition has been filed.
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That is veru unuaual and you should go to her office and see what has happened. You should also consider finding another attorney to help you with your divorce and to find out what happened to your first lawyer.Ask a similar question
I agree with the other responses. It is very unusual that not only do you get no response, but that she has also not even deposited the check. Try going by her office, emailing, checking with the Florida Bar and local Bar to see if anything perhaps happened to her (medically? car accident?). If you cannot find anything out, I would put a stop payment on the check (to be safe) and retain a different attorney.
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