How To End a Representation, Ethically

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Sometimes situations arise during the course of a legal representation for which the safest and best decision an attorney can make is to terminate the attorney-client relationship. Knowing how and when to do so may not only prevent further deterioration of the relationship, but it may even help reduce the risk of a bar complaint or legal malpractice claim.

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