One of the questions the tabloids are asking is: "What will happen to Matthew Perry's estate?" As of this writing, there hasn't been any substantive information released on the topic. Quite frankly it's a private matter that only really matters to a small group of people. This CNBC article talks in general details about the potential scenarios--because no details have been made public.
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