Where would I find a form for a motion to dismiss or remove counsel for a court appointed attorney?
Try the court that made the appointment. A clerk might be able to advise you if there is a standard form. You might all choose to discuss it with the attorney. He/She may not want to serve if not wanted, and may not want to go through an adversarial removal process. If that's the case, he/she may be willing to voluntarily resign or petition the court on your behalf for a replacement. While there might be form books you can consult, you really should have a local litigation specialist help you. There are often a myriad of deadlines and formalities that have to be adhered to to avoid jeopardizing a motion (or any court proceeding). Failing to adhere to all might undermine your case.
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