Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s children, Jane and James Ginsburg, received the bulk of her estate, reported Wealth Management. She also gave $40,000 to her housekeeper, Elizabeth Salas, who was also a good friend. Salas also attended Ginsburg’s memorial ceremony, along with President Joe Biden, when the justice became the first woman to lay in state in the U.S. Capitol, according to The New York TimesTMZ said that her will included about $250,000 worth of personal property, such as cars, furniture, books, art, sculptures, paintings, photographs, silver, porcelain, jewelry, and clothes.

Both Jane and James are also executors of the will. Jane followed in her mother’s footsteps and became a lawyer, said Distractify. She is currently a professor at Columbia Law School, and also oversees its Kernochan Center for Law, Media, and the Arts as faculty director. She has two children with lawyer George T. Spera. James is a musician married to another musician, Patrice Michaels. In 2018, the husband and wife team paid honor to their famous relative when they made an album, “Notorious RBG in Song,” that tells Ginsburg’s life story. The record includes a nod to James’ childhood with the song, “The Elevator Thief.” The tune tells the tale of how when the headmaster calls to complain about her son’s joyriding on the school elevator, Ginsburg rebukes him, “I remind you that this child has got two parents!” (via Chicago Tribune). Even as a parent, Ginsburg made strong proclamations.

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