Can someone please help me to solve this ethical problem by answering and explaining those 3qustns?

John D. and his wife are involved in a legal dispute. In order to defend them properly, it was necessary for the attorney that they hired to ask them many personal and financial questions. Later John's wife complained that she did notthink the attorney had the right to pry so deeply into their personal and financial affairs. John pointed out that attorneys are supposed to do that. "in fact, having attorneys do such things is crucially important to our society."

1. What makes it acceptable for the attorney to ignore the privacy of John D and his wife?
2. What are moral theories that supports the attorney's action?
3.Does the characterization of the moral theories that support a separatist view of the professions or a specifications view of the professions?
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Asked Feb 08, 2014

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