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Old 05-14-2017, 10:39 PM
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1. Judges discretion.
Lawyers forget to tell us all about this when we first retain them. Unless the judges err in law then there is nothing you can do about them changing their minds.

2. Money.
In a post the other day you mentioned that you have substantial equity/financial holdings in trust.
Lawyers are merely trying to extract maximum $$

3. Accountability.
You need to have your lawyer put pen to paper and address your concerns.

In the end, you can have your lawyer's bill assessed and hire another lawyer. Hopefully you have insisted on detailed monthly invoices from your lawyer throughout the past 6 years.

IMO everything always comes down to money in family law.
Your lawyer is not your friend. He is a professional retained by you to take you through the divorce process. Keep your communication with him on a professional basis (preferably in writing).

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