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one lawyer the trustee hired gives an address as his mailing address and then says in court that it is not the right address. After the hearing we go back outside and he gives me the same address. I see on Avvo where he has a history of this and that there is a second address that he uses. I now serve him at both addresses The second attorney in probate states that a house in San Leandro CA [Alameda county] is in Contra Costa County in order to change venue and when I responded to him that he was being less than honest he convinced me that the venue change was not an issue and asked to please not call him a liar. I didnt file what he was served and the venue change was a issue How can I get the trustees attorneys to play fair or at least stop telling lies to meI am trying to find out if the rules of the court extend to lawyers and if so do the rules of the court protect the general public from telling bold face lies in court