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Halt! Don’t fill out that form

By January 24, 2007law

The New York Times Police Blotter: "The novel question here is whether respondent’s actions in filling in the blanks in a computer-generated generic will constitute the practice of law." Because, that would be illegal.


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One Comment

  • Aaron says:

    Not possible in Louisiana between olographic wills and notarial wills being the only two legally binding. Anyone who’s not either the individual or an actual lawyer can create a will period. I am glad for the fact that Quicken Will and all the other will services are prevented by law from having a market in Louisiana. The Louisiana legislature helped out the lay person in Louisiana years ago when the olographic will was recognized.

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