Filing delay granted to estate of Scientology's L. Ron Hubbard - 1987-02-21
A judge has granted a two-month delay to the estate of the late Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard in filing documents detailing his wealth. Hubbard, also known for his science-fiction writings, died 13 months ago on his Creston ranch of natural causes. His will was filed last February, setting up a trust fund for his wife and four of his five children. The will cut off one child from any inheritance and left most of his money to the church in Los Angeles. An inventory of Hubbard's personal property not listed in the will had been scheduled to be filed Wednesday in San Luis Obispo County, but Superior Court Judge Warren C. Conklin granted the delay. A similar delay had been granted in December.