Philip Seymour Hoffman Leaves No Trust Fund Money to his Children
After dying in February of a heroine overdose, actor Philip Seymour Hoffman left no money in the form of a trust fund to his children, being quoted as saying he did not want them to become 'trust fund' kids. Instead, Hoffman left everything, an estimated $35 million, to his longtime girlfriend and mother of his three children Marianne O'Donnell, convinced she would "take care of the children." Hoffman's Brooklyn attorney James Cahill was appointed as guardian of his son Cooper, 10, and daughters Tallulah, 7, and Willa, 5.
By Jordan Moses
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