Prince’s Family Headed to Court Today

Photo Credit: Mohegan Sun/THZ Photo Library. Prince performs at Mohegan Sun Arena on December 29, 2013.

Photo Credit: Mohegan Sun/THZ Photo Library. Prince performs at Mohegan Sun Arena on December 29, 2013.

Two weeks after the musician’s unexpected death his family headed to a Minnesota court today to take claim on his estate which is estimated to be worth around #300 million. The court hearing did not last more than 10 minutes when Judge Kevin Eide stated that Prince’s sister and her five half siblings have agreed that Bremer Trust management firm to continue to act as administrator to the legendary musician’s fortune.

The judge went on to say that, “The attorneys want me to emphasize that the heirs have all expressed confidence in Bremer Trust.” The judge did not set a date for a future hearing.

The judge also noted the heirs are not fighting for the late musician’s estate but they are in fact talking to each other and being open with each other about how to handle the situation. Although it has been reported that their might have been some shouting among the heirs in the court room. Although his sister Tyka Nelson who is his only full sibling has filed for legal documents that he did not have a will set out. Attorney Natasha Robertson and the eight other esteemed attorney’s that are representing the heirs have confirmed that they haven’t been able to find his will.

The best thing the family can do at this point is to be there for each other and not fight with each other. This is a tragic loss to the family and the entertainment industry. Prince unfortunately passed away on April 21 at the age of 57 but he continues to live on the hearts of his friends and family that loved him dearly and his fans who admired him for his talent and his personal. His music will continue to live on in our hearts and he will stand the test of time.

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