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My attorney went ghost on me

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t74

Member
OP's threads are a learning experience for those of us who have needed an attorney infrequently for estate planning and settlement issues. It should be straight forward - and is if done properly - but can be a nightmare like we are dealing with a person who insists that there is no probate in TX and won't even consult an attorney. We know there is a will but do not have it or even a copy. Between the legal requirements and the relatives, estate law must be like watching a train wreck in slow motion on a regular basis.
 


nichjere19

New member
If you haven't paid him anything or you two have contracts signed its better to find who's capable to help you most.
 

Steffenfield

Junior Member
I wrote an email to my sister's attorney over the weekend.

Gary.

I believe my attorney, ***** *. *****, has lost all interest in my case out of complete frustration with Laura.

I've only heard from him once this entire year, in which he was apologetic, and stated he would continue to move forward on my behalf within the week.

That was two and a half months ago and nothing but silence again since.

I have been shown the will but still not the trust.

How much would you be willing to charge for our parents' entire trust to be sent to me by mail?

I'm hoping for a one time service fee on this request.

So far I have spent $1,900 on attorney expenses and have been waiting patiently for two and a half years with no results.

I don't know what else to do anymore.

Thanks.
I should have rifled that message here first for review because it seems too wordy. :/

Anyway, I guess I'll wait and see if I receive a response back from him.
 

Shadowbunny

Queen of the Not-Rights
OP's threads are a learning experience for those of us who have needed an attorney infrequently for estate planning and settlement issues. It should be straight forward - and is if done properly - but can be a nightmare like we are dealing with a person who insists that there is no probate in TX and won't even consult an attorney. We know there is a will but do not have it or even a copy. Between the legal requirements and the relatives, estate law must be like watching a train wreck in slow motion on a regular basis.
No one is faulting Steffenfield for having questions. Our frustration is that he opens MULTIPLE threads about the same issue, despite being asked repeatedly to keep it all to one thread. Heck, I'd be happy if he kept it to 2 threads.
 

Steffenfield

Junior Member
How can I find the Full Name and P Number of my attorney?

I need this for the grievance complaint.

And yes, I asked him by email but with no response.

I don't think I've received a message back since last year from him.
 

quincy

Senior Member
That site seems to be broken at the moment, but thank you very much for this.

I'll try it again in a few days.
Hmm. It works for me. Maybe I just have a magic touch. :)

Make sure you spell the attorney's last name correctly - and you might want to leave off the first name for your search.
 
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