Seattle University Law Review
The Symposium focuses around two hypotheticals. The question posed about each-whether it is ethical for an estate lawyer to represent spouses, one of whom chooses subservience to the interests of the other-provokes discussion of a broad set of concerns about the scope and meaning of the contemporary family, and about the appropriate parameters of legal representation of family members.
Janet L. Dolgin,
The Morality of Choice: Estate Planning and the Client Who Chooses Not to Choose, 22 Seattle U. L. Rev. 31
Available at: http://scholarlycommons.law.hofstra.edu/faculty_scholarship/189