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The late actor Paul Walker, who died in a car crash last year, left his estate to his only daughter, Meadow.
The estate, which is worth about $25 million, was left to the 15-year-old in his will. According to Yahoo, he set up this arrangement in 2001, the same year that the first The Fast and the Furious premiered. The news of Walker's will was first reported by TMZ.
Walker’s mother was named legal guardian of Meadow and his father was named the executor of his will. His father, also named Paul, filed the will in Los Angeles on Tuesday. The NY Daily News reports that Walker left nothing to the rest of his family, including his girlfriend, whom he dated for seven years.
While Meadow had grown up in Hawaii with her mother, Rebecca Soteros, she had moved to California to live with Walker and was living with him at the time of his death. At this time, Soteros has not commented on whether or not she will object Walker’s mother as the legal guardian.
A court hearing will take place later this month.
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