It turns out those bad days never went away.
Two employees of the Kings County Public Administrator’s office have been convicted for embezzling $2.6 million from Brooklyn estates, the Eagle reports.
That's the office that administers your estate if you don't have a will.
Between 2008 and 2011, Richard Paul and Taryn Miller stole $2,617,000 from seven decedents’ estates in Brooklyn.
It's a shame it happened, but it reinforces the old advice: Make that will!
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