Documents shed new light on Fayetteville doctor charged with murder

Dr. Robert Neulander

New documents are shedding new light on the prominent Fayetteville doctor charged with murdering his wife.

CNYCentral has learned Dr. Robert Neulander and his wife Leslie signed new wills in August of 2012. The wills were signed about five weeks before Leslie died.

The will shows the couple had $4 million worth of assets. Leslie's estate was valued at around $392,000, which included personal property and a condo in Lake Placid.

We also learned Leslie used her maiden name, Leslie London, when she signed the will on August 10. The 61-year-old was found dead on September 17 in the couple's Fayetteville home.

The district attorney says the Neulanders were going through a divorce at the time of her murder. Dr. Neulander's attorney says that is not true.

Dr. Neulander is charged with murder and tampering with evidence in his wife's death. He has pleaded not guilty in the case. The trial is expected to begin in January.

Click here to read the contents of the will.

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