I think I remember seeing something a few years back about Aaron's revising his will after some of his faculties had "left". Very sad. I believe it was said that his concept of money had gone - and he really thought $800,000 was an extreme amount of money. Yes, it is for most of us - but the implication was that he thought that was a large portion of his estate. It left me wondering how something like that works. If he calls the lawyers to his home (he had private nurses, etc at his home for the last few years) to make revisions -- do the attorneys start with telling him how much he has to start with and go from there? Or do they just say "okay" to whatever he wants to do? Very curious. And who is on hand at that time to ensure that he is of sound mind while making these decisions?
On the other hand - Tori has stated that she knew a few years before his death that she would receive that set amount. The fact that she did not tone down her standard of living is completely on her. I cannot imagine how difficult it would be to grow up with no concept of $$ and then be extremely limited in what you have -- but she did have knowledge prior to it happening and her lack of planning is her own fault.