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Victorian psychologist jailed for trying to steal millions by faking her dead partner's will

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Kris Schroder, 61, will spend a minimum of 20 months in jail after she was sentenced to four years by County Court Judge Claire Quin on Monday. She tried to inherit her dying partner's $2.25 million estate by creating a fake will to exclude all other family members as beneficiaries. Marie Hart died from an aggressive brain cancer in February 2016 and in her will she left one third of her estate to Schroder.
Published 2 months ago · Australia

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Victorian psychologist jailed for trying to steal millions by faking her dead partner's will

A Victorian psychologist who tried to steal millions of dollars from her dead partner's family by forging a fake will has been jailed.

2 months ago·Sydney, Australia
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Psychologist Kris Schroder jailed over forging will in attempt to inherit deceased partner's fortune

In sentencing, a judge told 61-year-old Kris Schroder she was motivated by "either greed or a misguided sense of entitlement" when she forged a will in an attempt to claim more of her deceased partner's estate.

2 months ago·Australia
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Psychologist jailed for trying to steal millions through fake will

Kris Schroder will spend at least 20 months in prison for trying to inherit her late partner’s $2.25 million estate.

2 months ago·Australia
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Victorian psychologist learns fate for faking her dead partner’s will

After her partner died, Kris Schroder travelled to Thailand where she revealed her multi-million-dollar ploy to her friends.

2 months ago·Australia
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Victorian psychologist jailed for trying to steal millions by faking her dead partner's will

A Victorian psychologist who tried to steal millions of dollars from her dead partner's family by forging a fake will has been jailed.Kris Schroder, 61, will spend a minimum of 20 months in jail after she was sentenced to four years by County Court Judge Claire Quin on Monday.She was previously found guilty of eight offences by a jury, including attempting to obtain financial advantage by deception, attempting to pervert the course of justice an…

2 months ago·Australia
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