Spouse atty wont communicate w/me
What is the name of your state? ohio
My wife and I have agreed to use her atty for the dissolution docs...hers is representing her alone...anytime docs need reviewed, i work with my atty on an hourly basis. My wife and I agree that her atty isnt communicating very well on the timing. So I placed a call to the atty to get info on timing for the judge to sign off on the paperwork. Her atty sends me a letter saying they will not talk to me or return any calls because they only represent her. I tell them that I already know this because I have signed a representation agreement(which they have) where it states I know they represent her alone.
SO>>> the questions is: if I am "representing" myself, do they have an obligation or duty to communicate with me since I am the "other party"? This seems like a bunch of BS...I dont need my atty to call them to get timing/dates...
or should they be communicating better through my wife and she in turn talk to me?
Thanks in advance