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Note written by Aretha Franklin will be considered her legal will

The singer Aretha Franklin He died of cancer in August 2018 without leaving a formal will on his estate, but now, nearly five years after his death, a handwritten document that was found under a cushion on the artist’s couch has been deemed Franklin’s valid will.

While Kecalf and Edward Franklin wanted the document determined to be their legal will, their brother Ted White II defended the 2010 will, and now a jury has favored the 2014 paperwork being treated as the final will.

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Ted was named executor in the previous document, but his name was crossed out and replaced with Kecalf in the 2014 will, although all four documents said that Aretha’s four children – including Clarence, who has special needs – would be favored, splitting the money. obtained with royalties and copyrights.

According to the now-to-be-executed will, Kecalf and the grandchildren will inherit Aretha’s main house, which was valued at $1.1 million when she died but is now worth considerably more.

According to “Sky News”, the jury took less than an hour to decide on the matter, and Kecalf reportedly said: “I am very, very happy. I just wanted my mum’s wishes to be fulfilled.”, adding that there is no beef with his brother Ted over the legal dispute.

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A Detroit court must now determine which of the two notes is the final will of Franklin, who left property and assets valued at $4.1 million over the last 12 months, and a fortune reportedly estimated at $ 60 million.

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CAREER

Aretha Franklin showed herself to the music world at the age of 14, when she recorded her first records in the church of her father, Clarence LaVaughn Franklin, a Baptist minister.

However, he began to emerge into the world of fame due to the song Respect, from 1967, his only song to reach the top of the main hit parade in the United States.

Throughout her career, Aretha Franklin has received 18 Grammy Awards, including one for Lifetime Achievement.

In addition to Respect, other hits were also well known, such as (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (1968), Day Dreaming (1972), Jump to It (1982), Freeway of Love (1985) and A Rose Is Still The Rose (1998).

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In the year 1987, she broke barriers and became the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

In the year 2017, she played her last concerts. In August, she played her last solo show in Philadelphia, and in November, she sang at an Elton John AIDS Foundation event in New York.

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Note written by Aretha Franklin will be considered her legal will

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