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David Cassidy leaves small estate of $150,000.
David Cassidy, who starred on the TV show “The Partridge Family” chose to cut his daughter out of his will, so she will not receive an inheritance from him, according to the Los Angeles Times in "David Cassidy cut daughter Katie Cassidy out of his will."
It had previously been acknowledged by David Cassidy that he had never had much of a relationship with his daughter. She was raised by her mother and stepfather and rarely saw her father.
David regretted this and the two reconciled before he passed away. However, Katie was specifically excluded from her father's will.
David's son and brothers will instead inherit his modest estate. We probably do not need to have financial concerns for Katie, because she is famous in her own right as an actress on the TV show "Arrow."
Katie Cassidy likely does not need the inheritance.
This is becoming something of a trend in recent celebrity estates. Many have chosen to disinherit some of their children for various reasons.
Reference: Los Angeles Times (Dec. 7, 2017) "David Cassidy cut daughter Katie Cassidy out of his will."