Joan Rivers has generously spread her estimated $150 million fortune among family, friends, staff and charities, according to the late comedienne's will.
Details of Joan's blind trust were revealed on Tuesday, Dec. 9 when the star's will was filed in Manhattan Surrogate’s Court.
Court papers named Melissa Rivers, 46 — Joan's only child with second husband Edgar Rosenberg — as the sole executor of the 'Fashion Police' star's estate. Melissa will reportedly inherit $75 million in cash and all of her mother’s tangible property, including her $35 million, French-inspired condo in NYC's Upper East Side.
Joan, Melissa and Cooper in May 2013. (Photo Credit: Getty)
Joan's will additionally gave unspecified amounts to her only grandchild, Edgar "Cooper" Endicott, 14, and her niece and nephew, Caroline and Andrew Waxler. The comedienne's assistants and publicist were also left part of Joan's impressive fortune.
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Furthermore, the charitable star left donations for her favorite non-profit organizations including 'Guide Dogs for the Blind,' 'The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation' and the 'Jewish Home and Hospital Foundation,' among others.
The court papers filed on Tuesday reportedly mentioned the forthcoming lawsuit for the medical malpractice that contributed to Joan's death from cardiac arrest during an Aug. 28 throat procedure. Joan passed away on Sept. 4 at age 81.
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