The assets of Carrie Fisher’s estate are about $6.8 million, according to new probate court papers.
In a six-page document filed July 3 in Los Angeles Superior Court, probate referee Zachary Seff presented his findings after evaluating all interest, inheritance, transfers and property of the late actress-author’s estate. Seff had earlier been appointed by a judge to make the appraisal and inventory.
The $6.77 million total was consistent with earlier court papers filed by Dennis King, the administrator of the Fisher estate.
Most of the estate’s assets are made up of bank accounts and stocks, including 1,000 shares of Deliquesce Inc., for which Fisher previously served as president.
The actress’ will asks that the residue of the estate be made part of the Carrie Fisher Living Trust. King is the trustee of the trust and the instrument’s beneficiary is Fisher’s daughter, 25-year-old actress Billie Catherine Lourd. Created on Jan. 15, 2016, the will states that the executor is authorized to pay the estate’s federal, state and inheritance taxes and to use his discretion regarding the preliminary and final distribution of property.
Fisher, known for playing Princess Leia in the “Star Wars” film series, died Dec. 27, 2016, at age 60, a day before the death of her mother, actress Debbie Reynolds, at age 84.
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