Conflict of Interest Representing Opposing Parties

Bob and Patricia are separated, and they both want a divorce. They would like to have a joint custody arrangement in which their son would spend time with each parent during the year. The only marital property is a house, which they agree should be sold, with each to get one-half of the proceeds. Mary X is an attorney whom Bob and Patricia know and trust. They want her to represent both of them in their divorce, is there any ethical problems to this?

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