Details about Joan Rivers' will were released this week. Court documents show the comedian was worth $150 million and she named her daughter Melissa and two other people the executors of the estate.
Melissa was given all tangible property - including a $35 million Upper East Side apartment and a house in Connecticut.
Beneficiaries include her grandson, niece and nephew. She also left an undisclosed amount to her publicist Scott Currie and assistants Sabrina Miller and Jocelyn Pickett - who also got Rivers' four rescue dogs.
A portion of the estate is also going to several charities, including one based in New York called God's Love We Deliver - which provides meals to people unable to leave their homes.
The late celeb competed and won The Celebrity Apprentice for the nonprofit in 2009.
The will and trust documents were both signed on November 16, 2011. It includes a provision that anyone who tries to challenge either the will or the trust would be disinherited.
Melissa plans to file a wrongful death suit against the medical clinic where her mother went into cardiac arrest during a routine procedure.
That lawsuit could be filed by the end of this year.
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