The document, which will be opened today, will be made public shortly and will reveal the structure of the Fininvest group and the assets, including bequests of donations to third parties. Marta Fascina, by law, would only be allowed to stay in the Arcore villa for five years
The complete will of Silvio Berlusconi will be opened today and will be made public. This was announced by the heirs of the former prime minister who have decided to make the entire document available to the media and information operators, which will therefore reveal the new corporate structure of the Fininvest group and the bequests of donations to third parties. The will will be published by Berlusconi’s notary, Arrigo Roveda, who keeps the last wishes of the founder of Mediaset and Forza Italia.
Two thirds of the patrimonial mass will be divided among the five children, Marina, Barbara, Pier Silvio, Eleonora and Luigi. This patrimony includes existing movable and immovable assets and any donations made to one or more children during their lifetime. Also belonging to the Knight’s inheritance are the assets obtained from a previous inheritance, left to Berlusconi by the Trieste painter Glauco Dimini: an apartment with garage and a popular two-room apartment in Trieste.
What belongs to Marta Fascina
On the Marta Fascina question, only the will will reveal and ensure a legacy to the Knight’s companion. This is because, according to the Cirinnà law of 2016, there is no legitimate quota for heterosexual cohabitations: the former premier and the politician were in fact not married and, by law, the quota is granted only to homosexual cohabitations. Legally, therefore, Fascina has the right to live in the villa in Arcore for five years following Berlusconi’s death and, once the five-year period has elapsed, she will be forced to leave the house and hand over the property to her children.