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Lawyers retire: All clients have died | (UPI) -- The Florida Times-Union reports brothers Maurice and William Goldstein have practiced law together for 50 years and, since they've done everything in their lives together, they also will now retire together.

"I don't want to stop practicing, but none of my clients are alive anymore," Maurice, 91, deadpans.

The paper says Mauruice began practicing in 1935 and specialized in civil law. William, 79, started in 1949 and also focused on handling civil cases.

The brothers were both born and raised in Jacksonville, Fla., attended Robert E. Lee High School and the University of Florida. Both served in the military overseas during World War II. Both have large families, with children and grandchildren in Jacksonville they are looking forward to visiting more.

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