Convinced that conniving in-laws bamboozled an 86-year-old heiress, a Warren County judge kicked the kin out of the woman’s estate Monday and reinstated a longtime financial adviser as trustee of her $30 million fortune.

Superior Court Judge Harry Seybolt ruled that stockbroker Geoffrey Parkinson had been removed as trustee for Laura Niles of Blairstown because of the undue influence of her sister-in-law and stepnephew.

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