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I hired and paid my lawyer for a case. I want my files and he wants to charge me for them. I can't afford to pay him the fee. Is this legal?

1 Answers. Asked on Aug 22nd, 2013 on General Practice - South Carolina
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Answered on Aug 23rd, 2013 at 2:45 AM

He can charge you the amount per page that is allowed by S.C. Law.  This is not a great deal of money, but he cannot charge you an outrageous fee for copies of your file.

Regards to you,

Dr. Michael G. Sribnick, Esq.

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