Anne Heche’s son seeks to ‘extend authority’ over his late mother’s estate.
20-year-old Homer Laffoon has been sued in California Superior Court for the County of Los Angeles for $800,000 (£703,000) as part of a “unilateral application” to extend his control as a special manager of a property. I requested a security deposit.
Documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight, filed on Thursday (20.10.22) and reported on Sunday (23.10.22), said the expansion was “needed” as “real estate tangible private property” in Anne’s apartment. The 20-year-old argues that you should move as soon as possible to “avoid additional charges, costs, and potential losses.”
Homer also argues that checks paid to the deceased actress should be negotiated, endorsed, and deposited into a bank account in the estate’s name as soon as possible to avoid being voided.
He said that allowing more control “will enable us to collect all claims, rent, and other income that belong to the property.” “initiating and maintaining or defending lawsuits and other legal proceedings” as well as requesting and receiving copies of (the property’s P financial records).
It will also be able to “manage, enforce and enforce the rights and interests” related to Anne’s book, Call Me Anne, due for release in January 2023.
The request comes two weeks after a judge ruled that Homer could oversee Ann’s estate for now.
Ahead of the hearing on the late actress’ estate the following week, Homer claimed that Anne had $400,000 (£351,000) to her name when she died, and that she lived in an apartment and owned the property. said he didn’t.
Anne’s ex, James Tupper, and their 13-year-old son, Atlas, also attended a hearing held in a Los Angeles court on Oct. 11, and James said that if a neutral party to assist in the mediation does not attend, he and his son will be sued. He said he thought Homer’s relationship would be strained. Manner of real estate.
James is said to be able to appeal his ruling that Homer is fit to oversee the property, with the next hearing scheduled for November 30.
Anne, who died after suffering a “severe anoxic brain injury” as a result of the fireball car accident in August, left no will.
She has Homer with ex-husband Coleman Laffoon, 48, whom she was married from 2001 to 2009, and Atlas, 13, with actor James Tupper, 57, with whom she was with from 2007 to 2018. I got