My husband has a lawn care service and in July he was hired by the manager of an apartment complex to mow their property. He did so and was paid for the first mowing. In August he went back and mowed again,however, 4 days later the owner called asking who he was and stated that the manager had been fired, that my husband charged too much and he was refusing to pay him for his services. After 2 invoices and a certified letter stating that if he failed to pay we would have to seek other avenues to collect on this debt he responded (on his attorney letterhead) that he would depose us, file a counterclaim and then had the nerve to ask for a $100 refund which would mean my husband mowed an entire apartment complex twice for only $50 and the agreed upon price with the manager was $150.00 per mowing. We have proof with the first invoice and payment from the complex that this was the fee, but now he is trying to intimidate us with the fact that he is an attorney. We would like to take him to small claims court, but aren't sure if the fact that this was the agreed upon price with the manager and the fact that the service was approved and complete befor her firing is enough. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.