In his 2004 will, the Oscar-winning actor gave direction on where he wanted son
“It is my strong desire ... that my son,
If Cooper's guardian couldn't live in any of those places, for whatever reason, Hoffman requested that the boy visit each for at least two weeks a year.
"The purpose of this request is so that my son will be exposed to the culture, arts and architecture that such cities offer," he wrote.
Ouch, Angelenos, that has to sting a bit.
Hoffman left the bulk of his estate to longtime girlfriend Mimi O'Donnell, the mother of his children, and provided a trust to be given to Cooper, now 10 -- half when he turns 21 and the other half when he turns 30. He also named O'Donnell executrix of the estate.
The "Capote" star had two daughters as well, Tallulah, 7 and Willa, 5.
He was residing separately from O'Donnell when he was found dead Feb. 2 in the bathroom of his
The will was filed Wednesday morning in Manhattan Surrogate's Court.
[For The Record, 1:05 p.m. PST Feb. 19: In a previous version of this post, Philip Seymour Hoffman's son was called Connor on first reference. His name is Cooper.]