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Elias suspects Nolo products that help people produce living trusts have drawn fire from Texas attorneys.
Lawyers generally charge upwards of $2,000 for the relatively simple documents.
"I think it's a scandal," he says. "Lawyers charge a fortune, and it's just an outrage."
Elias, by the way, is a lawyer.
--Compiled from staff reports by Patrick Williams
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