As I mentioned in my previous question, my DH informed me that his attorney told him that he would need a new attorney in the fall to file for a modification. I assumed this meant that he was no longer our attorney since the case was now over.
We recently received a letter from him stating that DH’s ex’s attorney had filed a motion to withdraw, and that DH did not have to attend the court date since he will be attending in his place.
Now I’m confused, is he or is he not still our attorney? If he is, what do we have to do to terminate this relationship? Also, DH never signed a retainer agreement (we did pay a retainer) and we have yet to receive any type of statement or bill.
Whether or not he is our attorney, can we request him to provide us with the worksheet used to calculate the CS? Is it possible that even though the judge ordered the CS off of a worksheet, it wasn’t included in the order? The only order we’ve seen and gotten a copy of was handwritten, stated an amount, but did not refer to a worksheet. It also had a little note at the bottom of the order saying that health care would be per the separation agreement. My DH said that was not there when he signed the order, it was added after the fact. I have a feeling this is how they “got away” with not crediting him for the premiums we pay. Is there anything we can do?