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April 20, 2017

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Jay Brinker

This reeks of cronyism. Company wants to sell electronic wills, company hires lobbyist, company/lobbyist proposes legislation specifically tailored to services envisioned by company, legislature likely passes bill authorizing service proposed by company.

How many attorneys will have the capability to record and preserve the signing potentially involving three separate video feeds? Very few would seem to be the answer.

On the upside, I do not think that getting a will signed at an attorney's office is the impediment to people having wills so this company is likely over-estimating the impact of its lobbying/cronyism.

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