Our family attorney is deceased and was a solo practitioner so when we updated our Will (a pourover Will for our Trust) we started with a new attorney (this time a firm) . We have been with this firm for several years but when we have had some questions about how our deeds were titled and amendments created by our original lawyer the response from the new attorney has been "we didn't do the Trust". Is this usual? what do people do in this situation?
That is a correct response. you are asking them something that they don't actually have any knowledge of. How could they answer that question?
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