Country legend Naomi Judd, who died in April this year at the age of 76, reportedly had just two daughters from her will. YOU MAY BE INTERESTED: Naomi Judd’s death was suicide, reveals one of her daughters
According to court documents cited by Page Six, Judd excluded Ashley and Wynonna from his will. According to Page Six’s report, the will had been drawn up about five years before the death of Naomi, who had suffered from depression for most of her life.
Who did Naomi Judd leave her fortune to after leaving her two daughters out of her will? The documents cited indicate that Naomi Judd appointed her husband Larry Strickland, to whom she was married for 33 years, as executor. Born in Raleigh in March 1946, Larry Strickland is best known as a singer, musician, businessman and husband of Naomi Judd. Judd requested in his will that the musician have “full authority and discretion” over all assets in his estate “without the consent of a court” or the permission of any beneficiary of the estate.
In addition, Larry Strickland would be entitled to compensation for his services and reimbursement of “reasonable out-of-pocket expenses, advances and disbursements, including attorneys’ and accountants’ fees in administering the estate.” One outlet, RadarOnline.com, claimed Wynonna was “upset” that she was left out after being part of the duo The Judds and believes she was an important part of her mother’s success. According to CelebrityNetWorth.com, Naomi’s net worth is estimated at $25 million.
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