Oh Leona!

It could've gotten ugly. There certainly were enough high-powered lawyers on the case and enough money at stake. But apparently, everybody involved decided that Trouble wasn't worth it. Trouble the dog, that is. Soon after the last will and testament of the multibillion heiress Leona Helmsley was filed in New York County Surrogate's Court on Aug. 27, 2007, the two grandchildren she'd disinherited

It could've gotten ugly. There certainly were enough high-powered lawyers on the case and enough money at stake. But apparently, everybody involved decided that Trouble wasn't worth it. Trouble the dog, that is.

Soon after the last will and testament of the multibillion heiress Leona Helmsley was filed in New York County Surrogate's Court on Aug. 27, 2007, the two grandchildren she'd disinherited had experienced and respected estate litigator Peter C. Valente, of Blank Rome LLP, appea

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