Disengagement Letters for attorneys terminating representation with client general reasons failure to communicate


Efficiently end attorney-client relationships with our Disengagement Letters Bundle. Crafted for attorneys terminating representation with client


Make a graceful exit from client representation with our Disengagement Letter.

This letter is a formal way an attorney can end representation with a client. It’s a general, standard letter that includes failure to communicate as a reason for terminating the relationship. I use this myself 🙂

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About the Letter:

Our attorney-tested Disengagement Letter provides a structured approach to formally terminate representation with a client who has failed to make payment. It ensures clear communication and emphasizes the financial obligations.

How to Use:

  1. Download the letter;
  2. Personalize the letter by adding specific details relevant to the case and client;
  3. Review the letter for accuracy and clarity;
  4. Print the letter on professional letterhead or export it as a PDF;
  5. Sign the letter in accordance with your firm’s practices; and
  6. Send the letter to the client, formally terminating the attorney-client relationship.

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Please note that the purchase of this letter does not establish an attorney-client relationship with us. It serves as a professional tool to assist you in the disengagement process. If you have any questions or require further assistance, we are here to help!

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