James Gandolfini's will leaves bulk of estate to son Michael

james-gandolfini-will-son-michael-deborah-lin.jpgThe will of late actor James Gandolfini was filed in Manhattan Surrogate's Court Tuesday (July 2) and the New York Post has obtained a copy.

In the document, the "Sopranos" star leaves the bulk of his $70 million estate to his son, Michael, 13, from his first marriage to Marcy Wudarski. Michael is pictured, left, with his father and second wife, Deborah Lin, in 2011.

The remainder of the estate is to be split between daughter Liliana Ruth, eight months, from his second marriage, and his wife Deborah and two sisters, Johanna and Leta.

The money for the children is placed into trusts, of course, with Michael also getting right of first refusal on buying his dad's Greenwich Street condo in the West Village. The two children will also split their father's estate in Italy. He asks that they keep that property in the family for as long as possible.

There are also smaller gifts (and by smaller, we mean in the $50,000 to $500,000 range) given out to his longtime secretary, personal assistant, godson, two friends and his two nieces, Johanna's daughters Laura and Jenna.

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