Luke Skywalker drives into Mos Eisley with Ben Kenobi and the two droids his uncle has bought fom the Jawas. They encounter imperial storm troopers looking for the escaped droids.
“These are not the droids you want” Kenobi suggests to the lieutenant trooper.
“Move along” Kenobi suggests
“Move along” the trooper repeats, and the speeder inches away as Kenobi says something about suggestions to simple minds.
The episode from Star Wars is played out daily in banks encountering durable powers of attorney and other estate planning documents. More often than not I am called in to redraft something to make the bank happy, or sometimes I go myself because I apparently really am a Jedi Knight, I have mind control over the young man at the cheap desk in the lobby.
“These are legal documents” I say, and the young man repeats.
“The attorney in fact needs access to her fathers money so she can pay the mortgage this bank holds on his house.”
“Why don’t you take a moment and make the withdrawl” I suggest.
“Let me take a moment and make the withdrawl” he says as he leaves us sitting at the cheap desk.
Now all I need is a catchy theme song.