Frank Sinatra's Will

Frank Sinatra (legally Francis Albert Sinatra) was one of the most well-known and successful American recording artists and actors of all time. He first launched his singing career in the early 1940s after signing a deal with Columbia Records. Despite some ebb and flow over the years, Sinatra maintained significant fame and popularity over a period of more than 5 decades.

Sinatra was married four times throughout his life – to Nancy Barbato, Ava Gardner, Mia Farrow and ultimately Barbara Sinatra at the time of his death. He had three children (Nancy, Francis and Christina) with his first wife, Nancy. Despite having a large estate, multiple children, and multiple marriages, Sinatra's Will is relatively simple.

The Will names two co-executors and outlines very specific rights and duties for these individuals. The bulk of the Will describes specific bequests, mainly to his wife Barbara and his children. Like most individuals, Sinatra chose to leave the bulk of his estate (minus specific bequests) to his wife.

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