If you don't understand the contract, then you should ask your lawyer to explain. If you don't ask, how would the lawyer know you don't understand what you're signing?
NOBODY ever should sign anything they do not 100 % understand.
And what kind of contract and was there anything you now know you did not know before?
Just think it through carefully..... there could be so many twists and turns....What if the lawyer
asked you are familiar with this contract, or do you understand what you are signing, and you said
yes because you thought you did????
Just be careful...
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If you signed a contract through a lawyer, and you did not understand what you signed
the buck stops with you, unless of course you do not understand English.
You can always file a complaint with the Bar Association.
The question you need to ask is Will You Win? My guess is the lawyer will say he did explain it and you signed all the papers making it hard to prove he did not.