Asked in Real Estate Law, Adoption, Banking and Elder Law for Texas

Q: If a judge comes to a judgment but my attorney did not notify me about court and went in to court and the judge ruled wi

The judge did not even here or see my evidence of fraud or abduction or holding a love one hostage or the stolen car insurance money .and I lost property , my love one , my money stolen from account .what should I do or how can I get justice !! Who do I contact? Or tell ? Do I fire my lawyer and now there not responding to my calls emails or text ?

I'm lost and I need to get my 84 year old mother back to Austin TX .her home of 50 years .and get back to all her loved ones and whole family ..and used the main point was that I'm 7 years older and adopted illegally so how is it that she faud makes mu mom out to he alzheimer / demented and then claims she has a new POA BUT I HAD MINE FOR 2015 SIGNED BY IN FRONT OF A ATTORNEY ..SO HOW COULD MY MOM BE DEMENTIA AND SIGN A NEW POA 2019 ..??? NO NEUROLOGIST DIAGNOSED !!

Thank you

Estrada

1 Lawyer Answer
Terry Lynn Garrett
Terry Lynn Garrett
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  • Austin, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: The State Bar of Texas has a client dispute resolution process. You may want to avail yourself of it.

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