Bobby

The star-studded movie Bobby has put the untimely death of Robert F. Kennedy back in the news of late. But really, the Kennedys, even those long-deceased, are always interesting as are their wills. And Bobby Kennedy's will is particularly interesting because it is ironic. Dated 1953, Bobby's last will and testament named his brother, John F. Kennedy, as a co-executor, co-trustee and successor guardian

The star-studded movie Bobby has put the untimely death of Robert F. Kennedy back in the news of late. But really, the Kennedys, even those long-deceased, are always interesting — as are their wills. And Bobby Kennedy's will is particularly interesting because it is ironic.

Dated 1953, Bobby's last will and testament named his brother, John F. Kennedy, as a co-executor, co-trustee and successor guardian of Bobby's and his wife Ethel's numerous minor children. The other named co

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