When hip-hop singer Nate Dogg died last year, he didn’t have his affairs in order. There was no will and no instructions as to how things should be divided amongst his children and other surviving relatives. just as a family feud started brewing, a lawyer was hired to handle the legal wrangling.
According to documents filed in L.A. Superior Court, Nate Dogg’s Pomona, California home was appraised and said to be worth $350,000. When Nate Dogg passed, he still owed $150k in mortgage payments. The documents also name Nate’s six children – 2 boys and 4 girls – who will inherit their father’s estate. Along with the $200k in real estate, the children will get all of Nate Dogg’s money made off his music catalog.
Alex Borden is the attorney elected by Nate Dogg’s four daughters and the mother of his two boys to handle the dividing of property and money.
We are slightly confused here. When Nate Dogg was in the hospital, his lawyers were asking for donations to help pay his medical bills. After he died, Nate Dogg’s lawyers were sued for not paying a bill for Nate’s stay in a rehab facility. If Nate Dogg was making money off his music catalog, why were his medical bills an issue? Why wasn’t this hashed out a few months after Nate Dogg’s passing? Is it just me or are these valid questions?
SMH: Nate Dogg’s Six Kids Argue Over His $200k In Real Estate was originally published on theurbandaily.com