DEAR HARRY: A couple of years ago, my sister asked me to sit with her while her lawyer drew up her will. She has no children and no husband. She does have three younger brothers and three younger sisters. I am the only one older than this sister. There are too many nieces and nephews to count. The will was pretty standard, according to the lawyer, with everything going equally to her brothers and sisters. If any had died before her, their share would go to their children. The lawyer told me he'd send me a copy of the will, which never happened. Last week, my sister showed me her copy of the will. It says that the lawyer named himself as the executor. In another document, he got her to sign a full power of attorney over all her assets. She was not aware of any of this, but felt she was too old to change it. What do you think of this? She has known this man only slightly and for a short period.