Q: oK friend, left home to me in August 24 2021 we notarized a join tenancy deed lawyer did't recorded it what do i do.
I filed malpractice against that lawyer am I in the right track i know my friend since 2009 but moved in with him In 2016 I helped him a little to buy the home in 2018 .We wonder about documents that we notarize with PLLC lawyer he said we get something in mail.On august 24 2021 from Maricopa recorder we notarize Durable power of attorney ARTICL I with Article II connected together -2 Health care power of Attorney last one--THE Joint Tenancy Deed we couldn't record this one because it was the copy .What can I do we thought this HARDES PART OF LIFE WHY DID A LAWYER ROB HIS WISHES THAT SO DISRESPECTED . We got the home in 2019 I can't even understand how i feel my WANTING MY FRIEND BACK FIRST FIRST more and this what do i do it sick .
This is a question that you should be asking the attorney who is helping you with the malpractice lawsuit. If you did not obtain any advice before filing the lawsuit, then that was a very big mistake. You could be wasting a lot of money.
No attorney in this forum can give you any kind of solid, reliable opinion without reviewing ALL of the facts and circumstances, which requires a full consultation.
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