Berlusconi Testament: Legacy to Marta Fascina, Division to 6 Kids, Private Letter.


Silvio Berlusconi’s Last Wishes

For the good I wanted for them and for the good they wanted for me”: these are the words with which father Silvio Berlusconi wanted to say goodbye to his five children, who yesterday remotely attended (in the presence of two witnesses, the lawyers Luca Fossati and Carlo Rimini) the opening of the will with the last wishes of the founder of Mediaset and Forza Italia. Great curiosity was immediately created around the inheritance of one of the richest men in Italy: who would receive his immense patrimony (estimated at more than six billion euros)?

The Inheritance

Apparently not Pier Silvio, who has explicitly stated that politics is not on his agenda at the moment, although the claim of a kind of “moral inheritance” made a few days ago in the press could make one think otherwise. And again: what role would Marta Fascina have played in all this, the woman who stayed with Berlusconi in recent years, married in the spring of 2022 with a symbolic rite that, however, as such, has no legal value? After all the questions, it’s time to start gathering the answers. Political, personal, economic. The first extracts of the Cavalier’s will are revealed, and at the moment they do not present great surprises. To Pier Silvio and Marina, born from Berlusconi’s first marriage with Elvira Lucia Dall’Oglio, goes the majority of Fininvest. Together, they reach 53% of the group, with shares divided equally between them. So it will be the two eldest children who will continue the development of the television empire created by Berlusconi, and in any case the wind of change was already being felt, in a rather spectacular way. “Marina, Pier Silvio, Barbara, Eleonora and Luigi Berlusconi, having received the reading of the testamentary wishes of father Silvio Berlusconi, inform that from them it results that no subject will hold the indirect sole control over Fininvest SpA, previously exercised by the father himself “, reads a note. In the end, however, the two eldest children, together, obviously have the majority.

The 2006 Document

The decision had already been taken in 2006, written by hand by Berlusconi on a sheet with the heading Villa San Martino. “I leave the rest equally to my five children Marina, Pier Silvio, Barbara, Eleonora and Luigi”, it reads there. Later, Berlusconi would have added new provisions in favor of his brother Paolo (to whom 100 million would go) and Marcello Dell’Utri, to whom 30 million would be due.


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