I hired a lawyer a few years ago for the purpose of having legal information on an ongoing situation.
In looking at the record I realized she was helpful but not that helpful. I am the type of guy who expects a high level of service from people I hire. A few days ago I received word from her that a friend's attorney and also her conservator, communicated to me through my attorney about an issue. Am surprised how they found out my attorney is my attorney. I asked the attorney for guidance. That was a week ago and received no reply.
In the past she has usually responded within a day's time. but this time, no. Suggestions?
If you are unhappy with her services, I"m confused as to why you asked her for guidance instead of terminating her services. You are always free to seek out other lawyers and their opinions. You can try to reaching out to her again, but again I'm confused as to why you would. Best of luck to you.
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