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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Legal Malpractice and Family Law for Idaho on
Q: What can I do if I have legal fees incurred after my attorney failed to have a document notarized?

It was the agreement of the division of assets and debts in a contested divorce. We had successfully mediated the parenting plan, child support, custody, etc. But months later we sat down with our respective attorneys and came to a consensus and signed an agreement which was counter signed by both... View More

Ian Robert Reardon
Ian Robert Reardon
answered on Oct 13, 2023

I would consider contacting an attorney who deals with "legal malpractice." You might need to alter your google search because a lot of attorneys who do "medical malpractice" will come up. Maybe try something like "how to sue your attorney." All attorneys have... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Legal Malpractice for Idaho on
Q: The venue where the lawyer practices in CA and I live in Idaho I am hoping to get an opinion/guidance for the following

I discussed my needs with an attorney. (interview) Five days later, I decided to hire him and I paid a $2,000 retainer.

Three months later, I received my first invoice for $5,300, of which $3,000 was for "work" before I hired him.

The interview was to be free as is... View More

Kevin M Rogers
Kevin M Rogers
answered on Sep 23, 2020

A lawyer is always advised to get a signed agreement prior to doing work for a client. However, that fact will not mean that an attorney/client relationship didn't exist. In fact, for you to recover on any of your claims it seems to me, you would have to admit that an attorney/client... View More

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