It is unlikely that she will get a refund from the attorney for time he has expended on her case. However, if she is not comfortable with the quality of the representation, she should immediately hire a new attorney. The reason she should do this quickly is that she is bound by the actions of her current attorney until that attorney is replaced.
If her spouse has control of the family finances, it is very much in order for her to seek to have her husband pay for that new attorney (and her old one as well.)Ask a similar question
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