A month before Harry G. Doyle Jr. died, he signed the paperwork for a special-needs trust that was supposed to provide benefits for his spouse, Patricia A. O’Malley, who was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, without jeopardizing her right to Medicaid payments — but an alleged drafting error by his attorneys resulted in a $234,561 penalty and a fight over which of the alternative statutes of repose in …