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Although it is proper for a lawyer when requested to do so by the testator, to witness his will or, after his death, to testify as a subscribing witness thereto, it is ethically improper for him to represent, in litigation, a party either as a proponent of such will or in a contest involving this or any other will purportedly executed by the identical testator.

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