You need to report this behavior to the California State Bar. Or, if you are having a fee dispute, you need to go to Arbitration. Best of luck.
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You need to consult with a lawyer in your area to determine if you have a State Bar complaint or maybe a legal malpractice case or something else.Ask a similar question
Did you ask her why she did this?
The response above is not intended as legal advice. This response is for educational purposes only. I have not met with you and I am not knowledgeable about the specific details of your case. Each case is unique and different. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you contact and meet with a licensed criminal defense attorney to discuss your specific circumstances. In addition, an attorney-client relationship is not created by virtue of this response.Ask a similar question
This doesn't make a ton of sense, but you can go to fee arbitration which sounds like your best bet:
http://www.calbar.ca.gov/Attorneys/MemberServices/FeeArbitration.aspxAsk a similar question
Contact the disciplinary board, and they will resolve this with lightning speed.Ask a similar question
You need to inform the disciplinary board in the state which the attorney practices. For example, here is the site for California: http://www.calbar.ca.gov/Attorneys/LawyerRegulation.aspx. The disciplinary board will be eager to enforce ethical rules against such action. Best of luck to you.Ask a similar question
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