has left her daughter, Melissa Rivers, in charge of her $150 million worth fortune, out of which the money has been designated to family members and multiple charities, it has been revealed.
The late 81-year-old's will includes money for the New York-based God's love we deliver, California's Guide Dogs for the Blind, the Jewish Guild for the Blind in Manhattan, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the Jewish Home and Hospital Federation of Manhattan and The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, E! Online reported.
The Joan Rivers Show star left her daughter all over her tangible property and beneficiaries including grandson Cooper, niece Caroline Waxler and nephew Andrew Waxler were provided for via a blind trust. She also left sums to her publicist Scott Currie and assistants Jocelyn Pickett and Sabrina Lott Miller, but no specific inheritance amounts were mentioned in the will.
Brief mention is made in the will of possible legal action against the Yorkville Endoscopy Clinic, where Joan had an upper-gastric endoscopy and a laryngoscopy when she suffered cardiac arrest on August 28. She died on September 4 after being taken off life support.