One of the country’s most famous estate-planning lawyers prohibited attorneys in his firm from using word processing when preparing wills and trusts. He felt that using essentially preprinted forms would be a disservice to the firm’s clients because the lawyers wouldn’t focus as carefully as they should on the specific provisions that would be best for clients.
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