Several bank accounts, a 2016 Tesla S, full ownership of several businesses and a life insurance policy are but some of the highlights to come out of Carrie Fisher‘s estate as new documents are revealing her assets after death.
There are also personal and household belongings, jewelry, artwork and collectibles, proceeds from Fisher’s books and specials, and several trademarks and copyrights — and Billie Lourd is set to be the beneficiary here.
The 24-year-old actress will inherit the rights to her mother’s public image and likeness, too, in addition to tangible goods and all intellectual property rights.
According to People, some of Fisher’s extensive memorabilia will get sold at auction in September, though.
Those pieces include her life-like Princess Leia statue in its original phone booth, a personalized director’s chair from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, and Fisher’s own personal writing desk.
Proceeds from that will go to Debbie Reynolds‘ Jed Foundation, which was chosen by Lourd herself. So sweet!!
And yes, if you were wondering, Fisher’s expansive home estate — which she shared with Reynolds — is also on the market right now for $18 million. That ought to be incorporated into the trust for Lourd that is part of FIsher’s final estate offering to Billie.
At least it sounds like Carrie (and Debbie!) left Billie in good financial footing, no matter how tough their deaths still are to process.
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