Apparently, there is a hearing/trial when one files a complaint about one’s attorney. Right there, I’m struck out. I have severe anxiety prob thanks to estranged husband I’m divorcing where I cannot go but barely a few miles from home. TG Columbus County courthouse is six miles from home.
Losing six thousand borrowed dollars, having a “bad” attorney who has been more of a disservice, than can be regarded as doing what is in my best interest for I’m seeing my life go down the drain.
I hate courthouses, and all that goes with
yet, is it possible to sue attorney for malpractice which would be tried in my own district court?
Or do lawyers have the edge?would be a biased rig a m’roll, futile to get justice?
Impossible to talk anything over with attny I have to let go. His talk is a bunch of silver tongued, jargon.
If you want to submit a grievance against a lawyer, you can do so remotely through the NC State Bar’s website: I Am Having a Dispute with a Lawyer | North Carolina State Bar (ncbar.gov)
This explains the process and also gives you alternatives to filing a grievance.
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