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Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Aretha Franklin Died Without A Will

Aretha Franklin shockingly left no will behind. According to court documents, the singer died "intestate" -- meaning she had no will at the time of death.

It's especially surprising given that she has a special needs son named Clarence who needs financial and other forms of support for his entire life.

Aretha was ill for several years, but apparently did not see the end coming or possibly a will was low on the priority list.

According to Michigan law, Aretha's 4 kids will share equally in her estate.


Aretha died on August 16 at her Detroit home surrounded by friends and family after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. The Queen of Soul's death occurred on the same calendar day as "The King" Elvis Presley's.

2 comments:

  1. The kids are to share equal rights of the properties

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  2. I guess she wanted everything shared.

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