Joan Rivers Protected Her Household With Good Estate Preparation
Joan Rivers was widely respected for her sense of humor, work ethic, and willingness to say almost anything for a laugh. When it came to planning her estate, Rivers treated it as no laughing matter. Joan Rivers’ last will and testament was signed on November 16, 2011. A thorough and well-drafted legal document, her will named a living trust as her beneficiary. Specifically, Joan Rivers, whose full legal name was Joan R. Rosenberg, signed the Rosenberg Family Trust on the same day as the will. The will directed that all of her estate assets were to be distributed to that trust. Melissa Rivers to Inherit Over $100 million of Joan Rivers Estate Interestingly, the final version of Joan’s trust was far from her first. In fact, the will stated that her trust was actually the 11th amendment of the original trust, and the third complete restatement. This means that the original Rosenberg Family Trust was changed, many times over, and rewritten completely three times (not counting the original version). When Read more... The post Joan Rivers Protected Her Family With Good Estate Planning appeared first on Trial and Heirs Blog .