My mom took over my dad's muffler business when he died in 2014. He owed $14,000 of $175,000 left owed to paid off. Well I'm doing so the owner talked my mom out of the contract my dad had with the owner before he got it I took copy's and pictures of it. It took my mom 6months to get it back. They forged the a new contract and altered it completely and enforced it saying we weren't the owner made us leave for 6 months until our attorneys made them leave. No contact from attorneys anymore this has been going on 8 months and no one has been prosecuted yet. And we filed a lawsuit and haven't heard on that the whole time. We want to change lawyers for someone who will do what needs to be done. Please help my mom and I on this matter. We really need help I can explain more about the problem on phone thanks hope to talk to you soon
I am seeing several issues rolled into your question. I would need much more information before I could provide a solid answer. I along with others here offer consultations. I think you should consider contacting one of us to untangle the question.
I agree you need help. It sounds like you've had some help from the current attorneys, who you say made the other people leave. When you say no contact from the attorneys any more, you should make an appointment and go in and speak with your attorney and ask for an exact status of everything and also demand that they respond to your contacts (assuming you have been contacting them and not just waiting to hear from them). If that is not satisfactory, or if you're already past this point, then you should find someone else.
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As far as prosecution, if your lawyer is the liaison with the police/district attorney, you should get an update on that, too. Or have a new lawyer address it. Or contact the police/district attorney yourself and get an update on what is happening.
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