An Allentown, Pa., lawyer was indicted Thursday on charges of embezzling more than $1.5 million from the heirs of estates he was handling and real estate clients by transferring their funds to his own personal bank account — sometimes forging his clients’ signatures on checks.

Prosecutors claimed attorney Michael D. Kasprenski, 43, used some of the stolen money to buy a vacation home in Nova Scotia and to pay boarding costs for his horse.

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