New Lawyer, new problems

Thanks for your kind words about our firm.

Lee S. Rosen
Board Certified Family Law Specialist
The Rosen Law Firm
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607

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First, I want to say if anyone out there can hire an attorney from the Rosen law Firm, or one associated with with you folks, DO IT !!!
Two and a half years ago when this whole thing started, I went on this site and found an attorney in my area. I made contact and was impressed, but thought I couldn’t afford the hourly rate. I’m on my 3rd lawyer now, have spent probably just as much as if I had gone with my first choice. I now find out the same attorney I wanted to hire will be doing the mediation for my case.According to my new lawyer, she’s the best at handling cases like this. To top it off, my new lawyer says an agreement I signed in June of 2002 states I gave away any claim (consideration or otherwise) for equitable distribution involving this property.I honestly didn’t read it this way, and the prior attorneys (one was representing me during this)didn’t say anything about it.Family business, had to settle it before she would allow it to be sold. Can I do anything about this ? I don’t want the money involved, but would like to claim it for consideration when the ED case comes up.