A short time ago, Paul Walker, star of the Fast and Furious movies, died in a car crash. He left behind a 15-year-old daughter and an estate worth an estimated $15 million. He drafted his will back in 2001, when his daughter was very young, and named his father as executor and his mother as guardian of his daughter should her mother also be deceased. The will contained proper trust provisions so that she will not inherit too soon, and allowed some flexibility. Usually, we hear about the ones done wrong; it’s nice to see one done right.