- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 12, 2015

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The North Dakota Supreme Court is taking action against two attorneys.

The court has suspended the law license of Williston attorney Nicole Foster and disbarred Fargo attorney Terri Fahrenholtz.

The court says its disciplinary board has received eight informal complaints about Foster’s work since February. Officials say Foster in an affidavit said she no longer wants to practice law and intends to move to California.

A hearing panel of the disciplinary board ruled that Fahrenholtz violated rules of professional conduct. The court says she abandoned her practice and clients. Her license has been suspended since January 2013.

An answering machine at Foster’s office wasn’t taking messages Tuesday and a home listing for her couldn’t be found. A working home or office number could not be found for Fahrenholtz.

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