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Check would cover what I owe IRS -- one side-effect of the malpractice -- but I'll reject the check if IRS won't accept less, or will confiscate the deposit, or if accepting means I cannot sue my lawyer later. Been on CNC 8 yrs since I could not afford either the IRS counter of about 20% back then, or even a bankruptcy filing since. I received the check when the Court enforced a written agreement that I refused to sign, and over my objection that it had only defendant changes from our earlier verbal agreement, and without the contingency item w/ financial penalty that I emailed to my lawyer well before submission deadline. Could I accept this check and sue the pro bono lawyer for the difference later?
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