State attorney disciplinary officials are seeking an interim suspension for a Southbury attorney, claiming he collected exorbitant fees of more than $3 million while acting as executor and trustee for a now deceased client’s estate.

The application for order of interim suspension was filed against attorney Robert J. Barry on Nov. 3 in Superior Court in Waterbury. In the application, Assistant Chief Disciplinary Counsel Desi Imetovski asserts Barry “poses a substantial threat of irreparable harm to his current and prospective clients.” The application notes he has about 70 pending cases in the seven-town probate court district that includes Southbury. “Respondent continues to represent numerous individuals in trusts and estates with access to untold monies,” the application states.

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