Legal Question in Real Estate Law in Ohio

when parties in a civil suit enter into a stipulated aggreement, but one finds more information, can we approach the courts without an attorney to stop the settlement?

Asked on 3/24/13, 10:21 am

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Nancy Fioritto Patete Nancy Fioritto Patete, Esq.
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Somehow the court needs to know that the attorney has been dismissed or withdrawn from the case and that the party is appearing pro se (without representation). I would start by informing the attorney. A client is not required to keep his or her attorney.

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Answered on 3/27/13, 8:09 am

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