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This is an interesting section, full of pitfalls for the small-town practioner (and I am one).  For instance, there is only a small number of family law lawyers in my town.  It is not unheard of for one party to a divorce to have an initial consultation with each of the family law practioners in town, hire one of them - and then claim all the other lawyers are conflicted out.  This is done in a deliberate attempt to handicap the other party.  This is manifestly wrong, yet the suggested or required practices have no provision for dealing with the issue - and the second party is forced to retain out-of-town counsel, with its attendant heavy expense.