If you settled your case in mediation and have signed documents (i.e. a fully executed and notarized separation agreement or memorandum of settlement agreement), then your case is finished and permanently resolved assuming all issues were settled.
If you have pending litigation in the courts, then you may still need those open depending on how you settled in mediation. For example, you may not have settled with an actual separation agreement but instead the agreement was to enter into a consent order, in which case you should not dismiss your court case.
You can call your attorney’s office at any time and tell him or her that you want to cease representation effective immediately. If you have a pending court case, the attorney will likely need you to sign a consent for him/her to withdraw from the court case. Your attorney should be able to provide you a more detailed or itemized bill that would explain the work he or she has performed and why they have been drawing on the funds.
You should be very careful before you dismiss any litigation, but the form needed to dismiss court cases is a Notice of Voluntary Dismissal.
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