The Brooklyn Museum may have to spend $286,000 a year to store forgeries and unviewable art.
The late composer Elliott Carter Jr. recommended including his piano with the sale of his apartment.
Doris Duke's twin teen heirs stand to be worth $1 billion at 21, but now they have rent troubles.
The children of the late publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger want to sell his stock worth roughly $41M.
The legendary TV journalist willed his documents to the University of Michigan.
Nora Ephron wanted her pal, Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen, to have her Henri Matisse.
The five executors oversee Helmsley's estate that once gave millions to her dog, Trouble.
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