If you're unhappy with your lawyer, you can always fire them and hire another. But I'd caution you to think objectively before you do, just because your lawyer may be telling you something you don't like and don't want to hear, doesn't mean that it's not the right thing for the lawyer to tell you. If you get my meaning...
Still, this is a professional relationship, and if you're simply unhappy with the legal services you're receiving (and apparently paying for), fire 'em and get a new lawyer. You should have no trouble finding someone in New York, of all places. Good luck!
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