You can fire your attorney BUT the question is whether that makes sense - as it end up costing the estate more money to obtain a new attorney at this point.
If you are the Personal Representative, then the lawyer works for you, and you can fire him. If you are not the PR, then you have very little say in this.
How do you know when it's time to fire your attorney, and how should you go about doing it? Lawyers depend . Federal Criminal Attorneys of Michigan. no peer.
All too often, a client fires his attorney only to have his “new” attorney reject his case or try to get rid of it quickly once he reviews the legal pleadings, motions.
If you conclude that you simply can't work with your lawyer anymore, fire your lawyer and find someone new. You may also want to have a second lawyer.
First, Personal Representative must collect all of the assets of the estate. This is usually the probate court in the County where the deceased.