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I'm having problems with my attorney. He won't return my phone calls, and he won't respond to my letters. I'm very concerned about my case and not sure what, if anything, my attorney is doing on my case. What can I do about the problems I'm having with my attorney?



Well, the answer to this question depends on a number of things.  Sometimes attorneys are so focused on working on the case they do a poor job communicating to the client what is happening on a day to day or month to month basis.  This doesn't mean the attorney isn't actively and diligently working on your case, it simply means they are busy working, not communicating.  Most of the time, a simple phone call or letter to your attorney setting forth your concerns is enough to help the lawyer understand it's important for him or her to keep you informed.  Most lawyers only let their clients know when something important is happening in the case, even though they are handling lots of necessary, but boring day to day tasks necessary to move the case forward.

Here is a guide that may help you understand your options when dealing with your lawyer.   

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The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice.
You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.