Philip Seymour Hoffman: Why He Didn’t Leave A Penny Of $35m Fortune To His Kids

Mon, July 21, 2014 2:58pm EST by 5 Comments
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Etickets

Posted at 1:56 AM on July 22, 2014  

Here is what is going to happen. The two kids not mentioned cannot be cut out precisely because they were not mentioned. So since they will then a cut the oldest child will also get a cut.

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Posted at 4:48 PM on July 21, 2014  

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Jimmy

Posted at 3:50 PM on July 21, 2014  

I understand what he was trying to do, but I disagree. You can leave money in trusts for children — especially for education — without turning them into trust fund babies. It’s about how the children are raised not how much money they’re given. If I was wealthy I would have no problem leaving a nice nest egg for my children. You don’t have to leave them millions of dollars, but why not share your success with those you love? Not all rich kids turn into the Kardashians.

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Missomgsrsly

Posted at 9:34 PM on July 21, 2014  

Well said jimmy!

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