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Attorney-Client Privilege -Revocable Trusts

Please be advised that the CPLR 4503 (b) has been amended to read:

(b) Wills and revocable trusts. In any action involving the probate, validity or construction of a will or, after the grantor's death, a revocable trust, an attorney or his employee shall be required to disclose information as to the preparation, execution or revocation of any will, revocable trust, or other relevant instrument, but he shall not be allowed to disclose any communication privileged under subdivision (a) which would tend to disgrace the memory of the decedent. 

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Saturday, 13 July 2024