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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.


P.S. If you appreciate these kinds of observations, you might want to read this as well.

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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