You didn't ask a question, so it's hard to respond to your post. But let me mention that the State Bar of Georgia has a fee dispute panel, and if you wish to pursue the dispute that is where you will get help, starting by making a written complaint there. http://www.gabar.org/committeesprogramssections/programs/upload/cap_intake_form.pdf
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If you have not yet spoken with the lawyer about your concerns, you should write her a letter, certified mail, explaining what you think (in a professional way) about the fees.
If you have spoken with her then you should go ahead with a fee dispute as noted by my colleague. If you feel she was unethical, report her to the disciplinary board for ethical violation.
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