(1) A solicitor may withdraw from the record only with the court’s leave.
(2) If a solicitor’s client does not comply with the requirements of a notice of intention to apply for leave to withdraw, the court may give the solicitor leave to withdraw from the record and may make an order for costs.
(3) A solicitor who withdraws from the record must file a notice of withdrawal of solicitor.
(4) A solicitor’s withdrawal does not take effect until the notice of withdrawal of solicitor is filed.
(5) A notice of withdrawal of solicitor must be in the approved form.
(6) On withdrawing from the record, the solicitor must serve the notice of withdrawal of solicitor on all other parties other than a party in default of notice of intention to defend.