A Middlesex lawyer has been reprimanded for drafting a will that allowed his wife to inherit $1.3 million.

The state Supreme Court on Sept. 12 followed the recommendation of the Disciplinary Review Board, which found no aggravating factors and said Roger Weil’s conduct was mitigated by his expressions of remorse and an unblemished career of more than 30 years.

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