I hate to say this but if you have tried telephoning your attorney, emailing your attorney & faxing your attorney, and you have gotten the Chapter 13 Trustee involved with your inability to communicate with your attorney, you may need to contact the bar assoiciation with this problem.
A paralegal is not qualified to answer legal questions or to provide advice, and if that has been what is happening, the bar association may need to look into it.
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You can always contact the local bar association or disciplinary committee to complain that the attorney has not responded to your calls.
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Contact the state bar and they will walk you through the process. I would also look into terminating the lawyer and looking for new counsel.Ask a similar question