Lawyers, particularly those practicing in the trusts and estates area, often develop relationships with their clients that go well beyond the boundaries of the conventional lawyer-client relationship. Such extraprofessional interactions may take one or more forms, including friendships, as well as family, romantic and business relationships. In many cases, the extraprofessional relationship between the
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