Here’s Who Inherited Joan Rivers’ Money After She Died

For the later part of her career, Joan Rivers was often joined by her daughter, Melissa Rivers (born Melissa Warburg Rosenberg, according to MD Daily Record), who was, in a way, a living, biological extension of Joan’s comic schtick.

When her mother died, Melissa became the executor of her sizeable estate, according to Business Insider. Thanks to publicly available filings, at least some of what became of that estate is a matter of public record. Most of Joan’s tangible property went to Melissa, with other amounts of money going to her son, Cooper, as well her Rivers’ niece and nephew, Caroline Waxler and Andrew Waxler. Those monies were put into a blind trust, which means the specific amounts and distribution schedules are not public record. Meanwhile, Rivers, an animal lover, made sure there was money to care for her rescue dogs, and put aside some funds for some beloved former employees. Further, according to Entertainment Tonight, she left unspecified sums to California’s Guide Dogs for the Blind, the Jewish Guild for the Blind in Manhattan, the Jewish Home and Hospital Federation of Manhattan, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

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