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My atty performed work prepping for my SOC hearing , then quit right beforehand . The paperwork I was billed for which left an open balance , ended up in a box . My follow up atty said most of it was useless in my SOC and he did not need any of it . What are my odds in winning fee arbitration as a result , for the useless docs , subpoenaed docs , and labor of these docs ? Also , what are my odds a getting a refund for the cost of having a new follow up atty spend two days studying the box of paperwork my first atty left behind , just two weeks prior to my hearing date ? The follow up atty charged a whopping $ 5550 for himself to review these two boxes of docs and have me come into his office to meet and catch him up on prepping for my SOC ( custody / child support paternity . . no divorce or assets involvedOops, I meant "OSC" not "SOC".