Q: What can I do if I paid and attorney 7500 and he tells me he not my attorney he is working with my court appointed
So she can get paid
The good news is that all attorneys in Texas must provide the client with a Retainer in writing.
The retainer should state the amount of the fee and whether or not the fee is a flat fee, monthly fee or other kind of fee structure.
If you gave any attorney payment they must account for it upon request. So if you paid an attorney $7,500.00 you can demand a copy of your retainer. If not given to you, you can either ask the TX bar association to help you get your money or see a different lawyer, who is legitimate, and they can call or write the attorney to clear things up for you.
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