An attorney who lost a deceased client’s will and who was convicted of a filing forged documents with the Manhattan Surrogate’s Court in an alleged attempt to cover his tracks has been disbarred.

According to court papers, James A. Robbins, a Manhattan attorney who specialized in elder law, filed forged receipts with the Surrogate’s Court in 2014 as well as a consent to probate form bearing a forged signature and, in 2015, an affirmation of tardiness form containing false information.