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MailOnlineStepdaughter and niece fighting for share of £25m fortune

Stepdaughter and niece fighting for share of £25m fortune

Laurel Roberts, 61, and her niece Francesca Milbour, 27, were left absolutely nothing in the 1993 will of London-based multi-millionaire Pauline Milbour when she died in 2014 aged 73.

Reported by MailOnline • Friday, February 17, 2017

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