A judge in Florida made public Anna Nicole Smith's 5-year-old will on Friday Feb 16, 2007.
The question on who will be the legal heir of Anna Nicole Smith's inheritance is no longer a mystery. A judge in Florida has on Friday Feb 16th made public the former Playboy Playmate's will.
The 19-page will, Smith signed on July 30, 2001, didn't mention the amount of money she has but did say lawyer and boyfriend, Howard K. Stern, should be her executor and hold her estate in trust for son Daniel Smith. But concerning Daniel's death last year, it remains unclear if Stern will take control of Smith's estate.
Further in her will, Smith wrote, "I have intentionally omitted to provide for my spouse and other heirs, including future spouses and children and other descendants now living and those hereafter born or adopted". Sounds like the will leaves out anything to anyone, leaving the unresolved disputes concerning Smith's death unanswered.
In addition to releasing the will, Judge Larry Seidlin also okayed the embalm of Smith's body, ruling the embalming would take place Friday Feb 16th at the Broward Medical Examiner's Office where Smith's body has been stored since she died on February 8 at a Florida casino hotel.