Q: I've told a law firm I no I don't need there service. They keep asking me to sign a contract and won't stop
After telling them I found another lawyer and if I needed there service I would call them. They message me everyday and it I looked over the contract to sign so they can get started on my case. I told them I'm not signing anything and I don't need there services. They won't stop.
A: that is a little disturbing. It could be a service they are using that isn't working properly. I would suggest you send a letter to the main attorney informing them of the situation. That should get it to stop.. and obviously just ignore the messages being sent.
have the lawyer you found contact the first firm.
if you signed up with them already, then you have to sign substitution of attorney papers...........or at least a demand letter by new attorney of all paperwork the 1st atty had.
A: I agree with Dale Gribow's answer below. Your current attorney should be contacting the firm for you and should be able to answer any questions like this in the future.
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