I don't think I really need a lot of legal coaching or advice.
Just a little.
Just the opportunity to speak or email with a real lawyer --- one who is kind-hearted, caring and intelligent. I do not want to be represented by an attorney. I will represent myself. But, I do need a little help.
I cannot afford to pay anything for such coaching, and I am willing to agree not to sue if it doesn't "work". On the other hand, I also reserve the right to not follow whatever advice I may be lucky enough to get.
Also . . .
There's no hearing date at the trial level right now. But, I'm hoping there will be again someday . . .
. . . in which case I'd like to have some folks just show up for the hearing and sit there in the "audience" benches. About fifteen (15) to thirty (30) people would be very helpful.
For one thing, having these people there can be very helpful because I might need reminders later of certain things about the trial or hearing. (Yes, there is the transcript on appeal, but I won't be seeing that for a while.)
Also, it's good moral support.
Please send me your contact information if you might be interested.
Our New "Home"?
No, we don't live there. We don't really live anywhere. But, all our stuff from nine years is there.
Yes, it is a mess. We had to stuff nine years' worth of our possessions in there during a blizzard.
The charming landlord said we had to be out the day before Thanksgiving, 2010. The sheriff did not come around to serve the writ until the next week.
And, the charming landlord has never notified us of where they stored the furniture we left behind --- as required by Wisconsin statute.
But, what do they care about statutes? They have Messrs. Koritzinsky and Glazer --- until they run out of fees to pay those gentlemen.
I Would Like to Hear From Others As Well
If you have had problems with Fiduciary, or Valley View Apartments, in Fitchburg, or you know anything about attorneys Jay Koritzinsky or Saul Glazer, I'd like to hear more.
It might be helpful to me in these cases.
Or, it might also be something we could use to go to the board of professional ethics for attorneys.
The entire matter here started because I sued the landlord in small claims court for $150. Apparently FRED's
trial attorney --- Mr. Koritzinsky --- told them he would help evict me, even though I had never done anything wrong.
Why else would they pay an attorney $200 + per hour just to avoid paying me the $150 they owed me.
Attorneys are not supposed to promise results, though. It's a violation of their professional ethics.