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Old 05-31-2017, 04:15 AM   #1
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I filed a complaint with the Florida Bar and it has been three months and I still have not heard anything.
Is that normal?
How long does it take the Bar to process a complaint.
Shouldn't I hear something by now?
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Old 05-31-2017, 06:40 AM   #2
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I wish to inform you that you may request for status of your complaint. Generally when your complaint is filed with Florida Bar then a case number will be allotted to your complaint and you may thus check status of your complaint.

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I filed a complaint with the Florida Bar and it has been three months and I still have not heard anything.
Is that normal?
How long does it take the Bar to process a complaint.
Shouldn't I hear something by now?

It often takes longer than that. But they normally will give you a status update if you call or email. Don't be hesitant to contact them.
They are there to help serve the public!
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Old 06-19-2017, 04:34 AM   #4
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Got a letter in the mail Saturday. They have the process in motion and the attorney has 60 days to respond.
I will let you know how it proceeds! All I really want is a partial refund for work that was billed but not done.
Thanks everybody!
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Question Re: Florida Bar dispute resolution process

it is exactly that i also searched. thank you!
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What is the procedure if the client disagrees with the result of the Bar complaint?
Is there some next step or other procedure in FL?
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What is the procedure if the client disagrees with the result of the Bar complaint?
Is there some next step or other procedure in FL?
I will let you know.

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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has been utilized by the Florida Court System to resolve disputes for over 30 years, starting with the creation of the first citizen dispute settlement (CDS) center in Dade County in 1975. ADR processes offer litigants court-connected opportunities and resolve their disputes without judicial intervention.
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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has been utilized by the Florida Court System to resolve disputes for over 30 years, starting with the creation of the first citizen dispute settlement (CDS) center in Dade County in 1975. ADR processes offer litigants court-connected opportunities and resolve their disputes without judicial intervention.
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