Last week, Connecticut attorney Beth Baldwin got a familiar phone call.

The assistant state disciplinary counsel was speaking to relatives of attorney John S. Horne of Dayville, Conn. Horne, 67, had passed away unexpectedly on Feb. 4, and his daughter, Jennifer, knew her father had active files and client bank accounts that needed to be cared for from his solo practice. She just didn’t know where to turn for help.

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