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Navigating ethical obligations when a lawyer and client have an extraprofessional relationship.

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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