If you are the executor of an estate wondering whether you need to hire a probate attorney, check this out! In this article, we list three of the top signs the will or estate you're working with requires an attorney's advice. However, if none of these situations sound familiar to you, you may want to consider working with a legal document assistant instead!
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Do you have an attorney that you are unhappy with? Do you want to represent yourself or find a new attorney? Unfortunately, sometimes an attorney-client relationship deteriorates to the point when you want to fire your attorney. While there are good reasons to fire an attorney, sometimes both parties may have unrealistic expectations. You may discover you don't really need an attorney or simply cannot afford your attorney. Here is a guide of when you should fire your attorney and when you shouldn't.