We just moved into a new house about 2 weeks ago. No problems, everything went without a hitch. We got all our money from the sale of our house fine (after some nagging on my end). Only problem, was we got TOO much money from the sale of our house. One of the conditions of the new mortgage was that the lawyer was to pay off one of my student loans with the proceeds of the sale. He did not do that, and I had to do it myseslf running to the various banks (nat a big deal, but time I didn't really want to spend running around). I paid the lawyer some "courier" fee to have the cheque sent to the bank, but this was never done. I was originally going to send him an invoice for my time, but decided to let things go as it was not worth my time. Fast forward to yesterday. We get the final papers from the lawyer, and we still owe him another $800. He was supposed to take all his fees out of the proceeds and again did not. I have no problem paying him for the work he did, but it brings me back to the work he did not do. I was pissed getting a bill for something I thought had been paid already. So, now I want to send him that original invoice for the time I spent doing the job he was supposed to do. What would you do? Pay the bill and walk away? Pay the bill, less my "courier" fee? Send a separate invoice to be a jerk? It is not really that big of a deal, but it is the fact he did not do what he was supposed to with the proceeds (even though I took care of it personally). Is it worth it to be a bit of a jerk on this?