James Gandolfini's will leaves millions of dollars to his family and friends, according to a copy of it published by The New York Post.
Gandolfini's wife, Deborah Lin, son Michael, 13, daughter Liliana Ruth, 8 months, and his two sisters will receive the bulk of the estimated $70 million dollar estate, according to the newspaper, which said the will was filed in Manhattan Surrogate's Court on Tuesday.
The former "Sopranos" star's personal secretary and assistant was also included in the document. Paulette Flynn Bourne, a.k.a. Trixie Flynn, received $200,000. Gandolfini also gave two nieces $500,000 each and differing sums of money to various friends.
According to the will, Michael has the right to buy his father's Greenwich Street condo and parking space in the West Village. He also gets his dad's clothing and jewelry. Gandolfini's home and property in Italy will be transferred to his son and daughter when Liliana reaches 25.
The breakdown of the remainder of the actor's estate looks like this, according to the Post:
-30 percent to his sister, Leta Gandolfini
-30 percent to his sister, Johanna Antonacci
-20 percent to his wife, Deborah Lin
-20 percent to his daughter, Liliana Ruth Gandolfini
The document says that additional provisions have been made for Michael.