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Indian Hill mansion fire case in court Monday

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INDIAN HILL, OH (FOX19) -

The legal battle between the Indian Hill homeowners and the insurance company will be back in court tomorrow. 

The 10,000 square foot home on Cunningham Road in Indian Hill burned to the ground in 2014.

Officials are still sifting through evidence, while homeowners Jeffrey and Maria Decker battle it out with Chubb National Insurance Company in court over tens of millions of dollars. 

[RELATED: Indian Hill mansion fire: New court docs reveal heated battle between couple, insurance]

Both sides are making big claims that are buried within piles of documents. 

Chubb's investigation accuses Jeffrey Decker of lying about where he was before the blaze. 

The company also said they have proof the couple was running out of money, and was trying to sell the house a short time before the fire.

The Decker's attorney said those accusations are not true and financial records can back them up. 

The couple is arguing the insurer is trying to defame them calling it a "character and credibility assassination." 

In April 2015, the cause of the fire was "undetermined." 

The state fire marshal is staying tight-lipped, not revealing what their investigators have discovered in the days since. 

The case heads back to court Monday with a pre-trial conference scheduled for 10 a.m. 

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