A state appeals court panel has rejected a bid by a lawyer for the medical records of his father, also a lawyer, in a fight over claims of dementia and financial fraud.

Mark Wallace subpoenaed the records of his father, Milton Wallace, to use in an as-yet-unfiled case to have his father declared incapacitated. But a probate court agreed with lawyers for Milton Wallace to protect the records.

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