Marc Epstein likely to inherit brother Jeffrey's near-billion dollar estate, payout victim lawsuits

Mail Online | 8/13/2019 | Chris Spargo For Dailymail.com
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There is still no word on what is to happen to the massive estate that pedophile Jeffrey Epstein left behind, but it seems likely that a good portion of his wealth could go to his brother Marc.

Epstein, who passed away on Saturday at the age of 66 while awaiting trial on federal sex trafficking charges, stated in a court document filed just weeks before his death that his estate was worth approximately $550 million.

Epstein - Wife - Children - Time - Death

It was likely worth far more than that however, and since Epstein had no known wife or children at the time of his death, it is his younger sibling and the lone surviving member of his immediate family who would seem best positioned to inherit the majority of what could be a near-billion dollar estate.

First though, Epstein's executor and heirs will have to piece together the felon's fortune, which has been scattered like puzzle pieces across the globe.

Holdings - Properties - Investments - Heirs - Taxes

Then, once that is complete and all of his holdings and properties and investments have been accounted for, the heirs will have to settle up on taxes and liens before then facing a wave of lawsuits from numerous women who claim they were assaulted and in some cases raped by Epstein for years when they were underage.

Those lawsuits could ultimately drain the entire estate, and leave his heirs with nothing but the heavy burden of trying to right his wrongs as best they can in the wake of his death.

Source - Epstein - Finances - DailyMail - Com

A source who is familiar with Epstein's finances told DailyMail.com that they would not identify any of the possible heirs, but said they were certain that any will that might be filed by the deceased would not be entered in New York Probate Court.

Epstein would instead have the will submitted in the US Virgin Islands, and the source...
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