The Testament - Study Guide Chapters 7-9 Summary & Analysis

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Rex's lawyer, Hark Gettys, envisioned starting his own firm and becoming rich off of contesting the will of the Phelan estate. In addition to his hourly wages, he had agreed to a payment of twenty-five percent of his client's inheritance. He had a strong motive to maximize his client's portion of the estate. He vowed to fight hard for Rex's benefit and to become rich while doing so. It occurred to him that he could earn more if he had multiple siblings as his clients. Hark tried to court Libbigail Phelan Jeter and Mary Ross Phelan, but neither wanted his services. Libbigail and Troy had had a great relationship through her high school years. She became rebellious during college and they lost touch. She had genuinely loved her father at one point in time, although it seemed like a lifetime ago. As an adult, Libbigail...

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