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Ca., My lawyer will retire on me at the end of the year question
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State: California

My lawyer just called me saying he is going to retire by end of year. He is sending me a packet to sign and get back to him asap in regards to transferring me to the lawyer who bought his practice apparently. My lawyer is not apart of a firm. Here are my concerns

My original lawyer will retain his 15% and this new lawyer will also get %15. Is this something that is legally permissible?

If I refuse the counsel of my lawyers replacement does my original lawyer still retain a lien on my case if I decide to find a new lawyer, outside of his replacement? Thank you in advance

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Ca., My lawyer will retire on me at the end of the year question - HuskyLover - 10-11-2019, 05:52 AM

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