An ethics opinion says New Jersey lawyers can refer clients to investment companies in which they own stock and can receive a share of commissions from the client’s dealings.
What’s more, if the investment company advises a client on estate planning, the lawyer can prepare the documents, according to the opinion by the Advisory Committee on Professional Ethics.
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