Written by attorney Shane Farnsworth | May 20, 2016

Do I Have to Stay With the Attorney I Am Referred To?

You can discharge your attorney at any time and retain new counsel. Your former attorney may have a lien on your case for work done. However, it is your case and you should be represented by an attorney you are comfortable with.

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