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Can I fire my Court Appointed Attorney in a Criminal Case?

Can i file a marsden motion in Maryland circuit court to fire my Court appointed attorney?

05/27/2017   |   Category: Courts » Attorneys   |   State: Maryland   |   #37957

Can the Other Party Stop Me From Firing My Attorney?

How do we get rid of our attorney, who states the side we are suing objects to him leaving, this attorney also has a mortgage with the bank we are suing, and was practically working with them at our last court Appearance.need help.

12/13/2011   |   Category: Courts » Attorneys   |   State: Texas   |   #25571

What happens when a levy is placed against an employer by the IRS for back payroll taxes?

I am a C corp and was just served a lien regarding unpaid payroll taxes to the total of 41 thousand dollars. My question is do I need an attorney to help resolve this problem or can I safely negotiate with the IRS without on?. We were contacted by an attorney the day I received the lien in the mail.

11/29/2011   |   Category: Courts » Attorneys   |   State: Alaska   |   #25554

Does a Client Own the Entire File or Does Attorney Work Product Prevent Disclosure?

I have been indicted on 1 charge of prescription fraud, we went to court last month so I could verify who is representing me. The prosecution then gave him a copy of the case file. I asked my attorney if I could get a copy of the case file, he responded-'parts of it you can'. My question is-am I allowed to see the full file or just parts of it and why?

08/21/2011   |   Category: Courts » Attorneys   |   State: Texas   |   #25379

How Do I Sue an Attorney for Mishandling My Case?

contract law supplies broke contract and did not perform to order now want payment. I want to sue an attorney for destroying my collection of debt by mishandling the case. She is Billing for stipulated agreement not written to the CLIENTS written instructions. containing may ERRORS like first payment due 2019 then payment for 4 years.

07/02/2011   |   Category: Courts » Attorneys   |   State: Florida   |   #25130

Can an Attorney Be Additional Payee on a Settlement Check?

My lawyer tried to get the escrow company to put his name as an additional payee on my settlement check. They refused. He had not talked to me about it, and we had no prior agreement to do this. He had not given me a written fee agreement. He had said he would give me a good deal, and I was like family. Would his attempt to add his name be considered unethical for a lawyer...

06/17/2011   |   Category: Courts » Attorneys   |   State: California   |   #25054

How Can a Veteran Get Free Legal Aid in Society?

I am a disablled American Veteran rated at 70 percent by the VA. I live on a fixed compensation. I worry I may need legal assistance but not be able to afford it. Are there any legal aid organizations that help vets in my situation?

05/15/2011   |   Category: Courts » Attorneys   |   State: California   |   #24836

How Do I Request a New Public Defender if Mine is Ignoring My Case?

If the state gives you a pro bono attorney, in Arizona, in a criminal matter, facing serious charges and a trial, and the pro bono attorney hasn't ever went to see you or talk to you about your case, or hasn't done anything to help you , in a four month period of time, and you have both a pre trial and trial date in the next two weeks and never even have had a plea offered, ...

05/03/2011   |   Category: Courts » Attorneys   |   State: Arizona   |   #24771

What Can I Do if the Attorney Won't Settle My Case?

You helped me before and I was wondering if you would help me again (of course, I will pay you). My husband was injured at work in 2002 and 2003. He went to several hearings, each attorney's side bitterly fighting and this went on until 2010. In May of 2010 I won the arbitration award for my husband (his employer also had what is called a disability/retirement plan). He was ...

04/15/2011   |   Category: Courts » Attorneys   |   State: Maryland   |   #24652

Is an Attorney Not Licensed in the State Allowed to Argue in Bankruptcy Court?

I have a foreclosure in New Mexico. The Lender I counter sued declared Bankruptcy in Delaware. A Texas law firm hired a Wilmington firm to represent them in the case. The Texas Lawyer will be arguing my claim on Thur. which is based on New Mexico law. Since he is not licensed in New Mexico, can he legally agrue the the New Mexico law in the Delaware Federal BK Court? If he...

02/22/2011   |   Category: Courts » Attorneys   |   State: Delaware   |   #24269
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