Want To Cut Binky Out Of The Will, Do You?Lisa Sanders
Disinheritance conjures up the image of the elderly tobacco heiress Doris Duke vengefully dumping her adopted daughter, Chandi, from her $1.2 billion will. So you would think this action is not for the average person. Think again. "People disinherit relatives all the time," says attorney William D. Zabel of Schulte Roth & Zabel, who wrote Duke's will and authored The Rich Die Richer and You Can, Too. "For all reasons--money, sex, power, control."
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