The will and assets list were first reported Monday by the New York Post.
Jeffrey Epstein signed a will just two days before he killed himself in the Manhattan federal jail, new court records show, opening a new legal front in what could be a years-long battle over the financier's fortune.
Court papers filed last week in the US Virgin Islands list no details of beneficiaries but valued the estate at more than $US577 million ($851 million), including more than $US56 million ($83 million) in cash.
The medical examiner's office on Friday ruled Epstein's death a suicide.
He was charged in NY in July with sex trafficking and conspiracy and was due to face trial next year.
Several attorneys vowed to go after his assets even if the will had named beneficiaries, as Epstein's death means there will be no trial on the criminal charges against him.
He had more than 112 million USA dollars (£92 million) worth of equities, according to the will, and almost 200 million dollars (£165 million) in "hedge funds & private equity investments".
According to the documents, Epstein's will lists holdings that were not previously disclosed in other court documents, including "Aviation Assets, Automobiles and Boats", which totalled $18.5 million, as well as "fine arts, antiques, collectibles, valuables, " which have yet to be appraised.
A structure on Little Saint James Island, in the U. S. Virgin Islands on July 9, 2019.
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According to court documents, Giuffre accused Epstein of using her as a "sex slave" and said she had been forced to have sex with well-known politicians and businessmen, including Brunel.
The last will and testament of the convicted sex offender and accused sex trafficker named lawyer Darren K. Indyke as one of executors of the will, and stated that he would be paid $250,000 "upon the completion of probate of [Epstein's] estate".
The suit states that the women were working as hostesses at a popular Manhattan restaurant in 2004 when they were recruited to give Mr Epstein massages.
Berman said that he agreed with the recommendation, sending the documents to U.S. District Judge Richard Berman. "The victims deserve justice, and they will get it", he added.
The lawsuits say two women were 17 and the third woman was 20 when they said they were sexually assaulted by Epstein.
All said the abuse continued after Epstein reached the deal with federal prosecutors in Florida in 2007 that allowed him to plead guilty to state prostitution charges and spend 13 months in a county jail which he was allowed to leave during the day. Colon Miro and Tali didn't immediately respond to phone calls seeking comment.
Lawyers for some of his accusers say they will pursue a claim for compensation from his estate. It's unclear how those settlements might affect any claims made on his estate.