The mother of a mentally ill Manhattan attorney who left his entire million-dollar estate to his accountant has taken a small step forward in her five-year-long effort to invalidate her son’s will.

Last week, Manhattan Surrogate Kristin Booth Glen denied accountant Bernard Dellosso’s motion to dismiss the matter and ordered a trial to determine whether Dellosso exerted undue influence over solo practitioner Jeffrey A. Katz.

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