I really am not one to use foul language (okay-who am I kidding). I hired a lawyer to figure out my parents estates (they died within 4 months of each other) and to get things dealt with and over. I had been calling this joker on and off for the last YEAR!!! and he'd give me the same bs answer the same time "these things take time". Well thanks to the grief counselling I'm taking I am feeling stronger to deal with everything, and did a little poking around (thank you internet) and have found out he really hasn't done a damn thing. I am soooo mad. I fired him and hired someone on referral. The new lawyer said that this could be cleared up in a couple of weeks at most. Can you feel my anger! That first ahole really put me through the wringer when this could have easily been finished. I just needed to vent. This whole thing is hard and truthfully I haven't been able to deal with it. To complicate matters my parents lived in Canada and I am in the US. Thanks ladies.....again.
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