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Lately we had disagreement with our current lawyer about the quality of counsel in trial and missrapresentation issues. We saw a different lawyer yesterday and talked about taking over all our cases. He told us he will take three days to come back to us, after also talking/asking questions to the senior partner of the opposite party. When we came home, we found out that the current lawyer had submitted a withdrawal notice from all our cases. Should we inform the potential lawyer of the letter?I have been discontent from current councel, of 2 years, because of his inability to provide an experienced trial lawyer, and not able to meet ever with us, for the entire 2 year period. I expressed the dissagrement and asked him to finally meet with us and he still did not do so. We also found out that he had a lot of misconduct in court. Yesterday we met with a different lawyer, and told him of our situation and are waiting for him to give us an anwser if he will take over our cases, regarding personal injury. He said he will talk to the senior law partner of the defendant to find more of the stage of our case. When we returned home from the appt., we received a note that the current lawyer has withdrawn from our cases. 1- Should we inform the new potential lawyer regarding such note? 2- Will the note expedite his decision, or it will harm it?
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