No, thank goodness.
I did, however, have a client who got a great outcome at the temporary orders (pendente lite) phase of the case, but who was utterly disappointed with it. My associate and I were honestly very happy with the outcome; the court’s temporary orders were more than fair to our client. But he was not satisfied. So unhappy was he that he fired me. No hard feelings on my part. Then after his case was disposed of, he sued me for malpractice (and lost). That was not a pleasant experience for me.
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