5 celebrities who messed up their wills
You may not have millions, but you can still learn a few lessons about how to protect your heirs from potentially nasty estate battles.
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Her son was from her first husband...She married her first husband, (1897–1964), shortly after her seventeenth birthday, on April 26, 1919, Astor had one child with Dryden Kuser, , born in 1924. Her second husband, whom she married in 1932, was Charles Henry "Buddy" Marshall (1891–1952). In 1942, Anthony Dryden Kuser, then 18 years old, changed his name to . He was not adopted but looked up to his stepfather so much he changed his last name
I'm getting ready to write our wills with the help of Suze Orman--really it didn't cost that much money and I think that I might save my kids a lot of grief. My dad knew the rules in the State that he died in Thank God--under a certain cash limit-- no taxes, no need for a will. He had everything in writing and spoke to me about his wishes. We need to be ready for the inevitable at all times.
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