Counsel Thyself

Approaching the subject of legal ethics is like approaching the Milky Way galaxy. Narrowing the application of the rules of ethics to the typical trusts and estates practice reduces the scope to, perhaps, one solar system. And one of the most interesting planets in that universe, if you will, is Attorney Conflicts of Interest. Specifically, we present the latest thinking on some of the most nettlesome

Approaching the subject of legal ethics is like approaching the Milky Way galaxy. Narrowing the application of the rules of ethics to the typical trusts and estates practice reduces the scope to, perhaps, one solar system. And one of the most interesting planets in that universe, if you will, is “Attorney Conflicts of Interest.” Specifically, we present the latest thinking on some of the most nettlesome problems trusts and estates advisors confront:

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