The widow of a New York real estate tycoon was “spacey” and “not fully aware” when she agreed to a 40 percent contingency fee with her lawyers at Graubard Miller, an attorney for her estate argued Monday.

A lawyer for Graubard countered that Alice Lawrence was in full possession of her faculties and that she had suggested the fee arrangement for the skillful attorneys who represented her.

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