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Wills & Trusts – Civil Practice – Discovery – Old Will – Attorney-Client Privilege (access required)

Where the testatrix's son seeks to discover in the files of respondent attorney, who allegedly executed wills for the testatrix and her husband, the son's stepfather, any documents relating to the testatrix's estate and to a 1987 will executed by her, the attorney-client privilege is not a bar to the son's discovery of this information. Petitioner ...

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