Jan.14 (GMM/Inautonews.com) The will drawn up by Michael Schumacher would see his $1 billion-dollar estate divided equally among the three other members of his family.
That is claim of the Argentine daily Ole, as the 45-year-old’s coma after his late December skiing fall enters a third consecutive week.
The report said the will and testament was signed by former Mercedes and Ferrari driver Schumacher in 2010, when he returned to F1 after a three-year sabbatical.
It instructs that his fortune, reported to be a billion US dollars, be divided equally between his wife Corinna, his daughter Gina-Maria (16), and son Mick (14).
We reported on Monday that Schumacher’s condition, last listed as stable but critical, had not changed since the last medical bulletin issued about a week ago.
The Austrian newspaper Zurich Tagesangeiger reported on Monday that a part of the great German’s skull has been removed to relieve pressure on his injured brain.
by Mircea Serafim
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