Dog inherits mansion and trust fund

Posted on June 18th, 2010 No Comments

When Miami heiress Gail Posner, daughter of late corporate takeover artist Victor Posner, died at age 67 last March, she had a lot to leave behind. Among her many lavish possessions is an exquisite $8.3 million Miami Beach mansion, which she left to Conchita Posner, her pampered chihuahua. The dog was granted the property in Gail’s will along with a $3 million trust to ensure her comfort.

The pup was not the only one of Gail’s housemates to benefit from the hefty will. Seven of Gail’s bodyguards, housekeepers and other personal assistants received a total of $27 million and some were even granted permission to continue to live in the seven-bedroom mansion, rent free.

In an attempt to revoke the will, Gail’s only living child, Bret Carr has filed a lawsuit against some of his mother’s former staff members, insinuating a dark intrigue. He claims that household assistants drugged his sick mother in 2008 and forced her to change her will to include them. Carr was bequeathed $1 million in his mother’s will.

Your will should be clear, with no questions about who is supposed to inherit what. So trust the professional Houston wills and trusts attorneys of Garg & Associates, P.C. Contact a professional attorney by calling 281-362-2865.

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