Surely there is no creepier guest at a Halloween party than the one costumed as an attorney.

Lawyers are thoroughly trained to assist their clients with life’s unpleasantries, even when dealing with matters merely perfunctory, so the occasion to hire a lawyer is usually not cause for celebration. Some lawyers—i.e., estate planning attorneys—even make their “living” writing prose for the dead—or if not dead, those who at least suspect their present existential condition may be passing.

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