Deftly Drafting Estate Planning Documents

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Colorado lawyer Joseph G. Hodges, Jr. and Florida lawyer Jason E. Havens describe various document assembly or drafting systems that estate planning (trust and estate) lawyers may use to assist them in preparing documents for their clients. The article also suggests several treatises that complement computerized drafting systems as well as word processing software used with those systems. This article won the American Bar Association's 2004 "Excellence in Writing Award: Best Technology/Practice Management Article" award.

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Jason E. Havens is Senior Counsel at Holland & Knight LLP, practicing in its Jacksonville, Florida... View Profile »


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