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Everyone is after your money, even when you're dead.
With the passing of famed opera singer Luciano Pavarotti many questions arose regarding his estate.
According to Italian Law, half of the estate is given to the deceased's widow and the other half to the children.
But, Pavarotti had two wills drafted while dealing with his yearlong battle with cancer.
The first will divided it up according to Italian law, with half the money going to his second wife, Nicoletta Mantovani, and the other half to his four daughters.
Three of the daughters are adults from his 35 yearlong marriage to his first wife, and the fourth is his daughter with Mantovani born in 2003.
Mantovani's lawyer is now saying the family has come to a "friendly" agreement on how to divide up his estate. Though he declined to provide any details about their agreement with Pavarotti's three eldest daughters.
A judge is expected to confirm this new deal by the end of July.
Let's hope his three eldest daughters don't get ripped off from what belongs to them.
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