An issue that often arises in the attorney-client relationship, as within some other professions, is the nature and extent that attorneys should be shaping and guiding their clients’ objectives and wishes. Should attorneys be active participants with their clients and advocate for what they, in their “professional” opinion, believe is the most proper and moral path for their clients to take? Or should clients identify the general goals to achieve, leaving the practitioners’ role limited to
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