Philip Seymour Hoffman's will leaves most of his estate to his longtime partner, Mimi O'Donnell, and it includes one unusual request: He wanted his son, Cooper, to "be raised and reside in or near" Manhattan, Chicago, or San Francisco. Hoffman’s reasoning: "so that my son will be exposed to the culture, arts, and architecture that such cities offer."
The will was drawn up in 2004, when Cooper was only a year old. Since then, Hoffman and O'Donnell had two daughters, who are now ages 7 and 5.
The will also asks that, if Cooper couldn't be raised in any of those three cities, he at least visit them twice per year.