Former estate-planning lawyer faces federal charges in claimed $3M client theft case

A former Pennsylvania estate-planning lawyer is facing a federal wire fraud and money-laundering case, accused of bilking eight clients of over $3 million between 2007 and 2013.

Prosecutors say Wendy Weikal-Beauchat, 46, used fake certificates of deposit and IRS 1099 interest-reporting forms to cover up the claimed thefts, the Gettysburg Evening Sun reports.

Weikal-Beauchat was disbarred by consent earlier this year.

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Former estate-planning lawyer faces federal charges in claimed $3M client theft case

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4 Responses to “Former estate-planning lawyer faces federal charges in claimed $3M client theft case”

  1. Norma Says:

    I hope she is held fully accountable.

  2. Norma Says:

    I hope she is held fully accountable.

  3. Finny Says:

    They just can't resist…..too bad.

  4. Finny Says:

    They just can't resist…..too bad.

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