Brad pitt thought about the eternal: a 54-year-old actor decided to make a will and leave all his millions to the kids
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Estate planning is easy. It’s finite, calculable. What happens when you die? Who gets your stuff?
Burt Reynolds' will excludes his only son, Quinton Reynolds, and names his niece Nancy Lee Brown Hess the trustee for his estate.