Prince, the singer who died on 21 April 2016 is believed to have left no will behind which opens up the possibility of a battle over his fortune.
Londell McMillan, Prince’s former lawyer, said: “It’s likely there is no will. He couldn’t face it. He didn’t think he would die.”
Prince left an estate variously valued at between $150 million and $800 million.
He was twice divorced and had no surviving children or parents.
Prince’s only full blood relative is his younger sister, singer Tyka Nelson but he also had five half-siblings from his father’s second marriage who might try to argue that they had an equal claim.
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