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Pitfalls of the Matrimonial Retainer Agreement

, New York Law Journal

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Asher B. White and Menachem White write: The retainer agreement is a contract between an attorney and the client. However, in matrimonial cases, it is a force of its own. There are countless rules regarding matrimonial retainers that an attorney needs to prove were followed if he wants fees from the opposing side or from his own client.

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