Legal fees


#1

Yes your lawyer can withdraw from your case for non-payment of legal fees.

Sorry.

Lee S. Rosen
Board Certified Family Law Specialist
The Rosen Law Firm
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 200
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
NCdivorce.com
(919)787-6668

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#2

My battle has been going on for over a year. My x believes I might have taped his conversations with his girlfriend and has been fighting vigorously to prove this. He has no evidence but believes I did this. The fool would call her at night from our bedroom. All I had to do was stand at bedroom door and listen to his conversation. Anyway this is costing big bucks to defend myself. I have already paid my attorney 38,000 and still owe her 7,000. Every month my bill is 6 or 7 thousand dollars. I have maxed out my credit card trying to pay her, used all of my money market acct and borrowed from friends. I have no more resources. My credit card minimum is already close to 700. a month. I cant pay anymore. Can my attorney drop me because she cant get anymore money from me? This is a lot of money to me. I retired in 2000 and took a reduced pension because I thought I did not need the whole amount. I cant change this option for several more years. Now I am struggling to pay monthly bills. I have another job of course, but it does not pay nearly what I was making before I retired. I was married 31 years. Didnt find out about the affair until after I retired. This is another thing that makes me so mad. He knew I was retiring so why didnt he tell me what was going on.

Linda Hedgecock