Marika Tolz, a former panelist for the U.S. bankruptcy trustee’s program, has been sentenced in state court to nearly seven years for embezzling $550,000 from the estate of three children.

The 81-month sentence handed down late Friday by Broward Circuit Judge Matthew Destry will run concurrently with Tolz’s federal sentence of eight years, including 1½ years of house arrest.

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