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Accountant Irving Kamsler got $435,000 in gifts; attorney Wallace Bock got $60,000 plus the emotional payoff of shepherding a more than $1.8 million contribution from Clark for a security system for the Israeli settlement where his daughter lives.

A judge suspended Mr. Bock and Mr. Kamsler from overseeing Clark’s estate in December, after the public administrator said the two had underpaid her gift taxes by tens of millions of dollars; Mr. Kamsler resigned days before being ousted.

Neither man has been charged with a crime, and both have denied any wrongdoing.