If you want to keep this lawyer, send him a demand letter specifying what you want him to do, and by when. Send it by certified mail, return receipt requested, FedEx, messeneger, or registered rPost email (www.rpost.com) so you can prove his receipt. Tell him if he doesn't accomplish these things, he's fired, and he needs to turn over the contents of your file and send you a final invoice and refund of unearned fees. You have the absolute right to fire him at any time for any reason, and the CA State Bar rules require him to turn over your file.
If there's any dispute about the fees, LA has mandatory fee arbitration, and he has to give you 30 days notice of that option before suing you. If you have to sue him for the return of unearned fees, you can use Small Claims court.
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