Ms. Huguettem Clark owns a 52-acre estate in New Canaan, Connecticut. The estate has been unoccupied for more than twenty years. During this entire period, Ms. Clark has been residing in a hospital. She has been active in the society pages of various newspapers and has made many charitable contributions.
Ms. Clark in now 104 years of age. Investigators have undertaken an investigation with regard to the handling of her multi-million dollar homes and her other assets over the past two decades.
Ms. Clark is the daughter of a United States Senator who built a huge fortune related to his owning copper mines. The Manhattan District Attorney is looking into the circumstances involving Ms. Clark’s assets. It is estimated that Ms. Clark’s fortune is worth $500 million dollars.
Guardianship proceedings were undertaken on behalf of Ms. Clark. At the present time, these proceedings have not been successful.
It is unknown whether Ms. Clark has a will and, if so, who would be the beneficiary. It is also unknown whether she has created a trust for the family to shield her assets from the huge tax implications they would have at the time of her death. In the event that Ms. Clark has a will, it is anticipated that the will is likely to be contested and there will be probate proceedings involving her estate.
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