|***BREACH OF AGREEMENT****Behavior that breaches an attorneys fiduciary duty to his or her client***************|
Young Miller LLP / Joe Young / Miller
***********A RETAINER WAS ORIGINALLY SIGNED and PROMISES MADE and the they have willfully neglected to ABIDE by this Agreement******
Your responses to this matter annoys me. It has taken too many e-mails to finally get to the point, in which you tell us that you see that you feel no responsibility for the situation in which you have left us in. When we mistakingly stepped into your office seeking assistance with the Agreement, you got us involved in an entirely different matter dealing with the supposed wrongdoings with attorneys Bridgman and Molloy. I specifically told you that you could proceed on that matter if you were completely sure that you had ground to stand on. We knew that Molloy still had to wrap up the agreement and that an attack on them would obviously put them off when dealing with what remained with our case. You assured us that you were positive that you could accomplish what you set out to do, and that if they didn't meet your demands, that you would assist us in finalizing whatever matters we had pending with the Agreement. Well you were obviously incompetant with your predictions and actions, and you have left us in the wind in regards to this agreement. I actually believe that you did have ground to stand on because it was clearly wrong of them to bait and switch the contracts that they had my mother sign. I may not have the resources to put you through a legal action that you deserve, but rest assured that the new year will be met with an appropriate declaration of what you and your firm stand for. Let me be the first one to welcome you and your firm's new name with a heartfelt sentiment on how incompetant and irresponsible you and your firm have behaved.