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Attorney-Client Privilege in Probate Litigation
Attorney-Client Privilege in Probate Litigation

The attorney-client privilege protects client communications to a lawyer and prohibits a lawyer from disclosing protected information shared by a client. Application of the simply-stated rule becomes complicated in specific situations, such as probate litigation involving ...

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    The attorney-client privilege protects client communications to a lawyer and prohibits a lawyer from disclosing protected information shared by a client. Application of the simply-stated rule becomes ...

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