Dolphy's $3.5 Million Estate: Who Shall Inherit His Fortune?

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Comedy king Dolphy left a multi-million estate which his children shall inherit.  The question is, who gets the bigger chunk and who gets the least.  Will his former live-in partners receive just as much as his children?

For Dolphy's children, the division of their late father's estate should be governed by one simple principle: equal distribution.  However, the Philippine law says otherwise.

Actor Eric Quizon is one of the co-executors of the Philippine Comedy King's estate. He is among Dolphy's 18 children with six different women--17 are biological children and one is adopted.

“When it comes to the estate, we will make sure we all get our fair share,” Quizon stressed.

Eric, along with sister Donna, mother Alice Smith, and half-brother Manuel, met with the Filipino community at the family-owned Pinoy/Pinay Restaurant in Vallejo, to thank them for their support during their time of loss.

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