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Judge Confirms Prince Didn't Have A Will — Here's What Happens Now!

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It's official. Prince did not have a will.

On Wednesday, a judge confirmed that the music icon did not have a last will and testament in place before he tragically passed last week.

Sources have said in the past that the 57-year-old probably didn't draft the legal document because he allegedly struggled with serious paranoia.

Related: Prince's Longtime Lawyer Slams Overdose Rumors

And as a result, the magistrate declared that all of the singer's assets will be distributed among all his siblings, who are his heirs according to Minnesota law.

While the artist's sister Tyka Nelson has filed papers to be the "special administrator" of the hitmaker's estate, the judge ruled that the late legend's bank, Bremer Trust, will serve as the administrator, at least for now.

However, Bremer will only hold the position for six months. After that, a personal representative can claim the title. So, Tyka could still have her chance in half a year.

If the songsmith's other relatives throw their hats in the ring, it could get complicated. And since the performer's brother, Omarr Baker, showed up in court for the hearing, it's possible Tyka's going to have some competition for the spot.

Very interesting.

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Prince's Sister Could Inherit His Entire Estate — Worth Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars — If The Singer Didn't Leave A Will

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Find out how much she could receive.

Prince's sister could end up with a ton of money after his untimely passing.

According to Minnesota state law, Tyka Nelson would probably inherit everything if the late legend didn't leave behind a will.

Since the singer didn't have a wife or any living children, and both his parents had passed away, that means the 55-year-old is his closest living relative, and could end up with his entire estate.

Related: Movie Theaters To Honor Prince By Screening Purple Rain

According to reports, the icon's net worth is about $300 million, but considering how well his music is selling in the wake of his tragic death, Tyka could end up with a lot more than that.

The artist's first manager, Owen Husney, claims all his music is valued at about

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David Bowie Leaving Roughly Half His $100 Million Fortune To Wife Iman As Details Of His Will Have Been Revealed

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This is so great for his family.

We're learning that David Bowie's wife will be obtaining roughly half of his $100 million fortune, based on the rock icon's will left after his sad death from cancer earlier this month.

Videos: Check Out Bowie's Most UNFORGETTABLE Moments In Music & Movies!

Iman, Bowie's long-time love, will receive roughly $50 million along with the couple's Manhattan home — and the musician was far from done giving away money in his will.

Their daughter

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Late North Carolina Basketball Coach Dean Smith Leaves Money In His Will For EVERY Letterman Who Ever Played For Him!

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Dean Smith left a special gift behind for his basketball players!

This February, the sports world lost a true legend when iconic North Carolina Tar Heels basketball coach Dean Smith passed away at 83 years old.

However, his former players are learning today that the bond they shared with their coach is still alive and well.

[ Related: Middle School Basketball Players Defend A Bullied Cheerleader During A Game! ]

Before he died, Coach Smith wanted to make sure his players (specifically his lettermen players) knew how much they meant to him, so he made sure to leave them a little present in his will!

So what exactly did he leave them? Well, Dean made sure a letter was sent to 180 of his former players containing a check for $200 and a note to "enjoy a dinner out"!

Awwwww! How sweet is that!!

Former UNC player Jim Dempsey posted a picture of the letter he and many others received this morning, and we're sure more than a few players were fighting back some waterworks when this came in the mail!

See the whole note (below)!

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Joan Rivers Leaves Her Estimated $150 Million Estate To Her Daughter — But Why Isn't Melissa Keeping It All??

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Joan Rivers is spreading her wealth; even after her time she is still a generous woman.

The late Fashion Police host named her only daughter Melissa Rivers as the executor of her estimated $150 estate.

[ Related: Melissa IS Filing A Wrongful Death Suit Against Joan's Doctors! ]

Melissa will receive Joan's tangible properties and is in charge of delegating Joan's fortune to those near and dear to her heart.

According to the documents obtained by Page Six, Joan left unspecified amounts to

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Robin Williams Left His Entire Fortune To His Three Kids & Wife!

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The world was left shocked and saddened when Robin Williams committed suicide.

While most saw the death as unexpected, it looks like the legendary comedian had a plan in place.

In his will, which was filed at the beginning of January 2011, he left his three children, Zak, 31, Zelda, 25, and Cody, 22, well cared for.

[ Video: Robin Williams Gives Laughs In A Night At The Museum Trailer! ]

Turns out, his entire estate is being left in a trust for the kids and his wife, Susan Schneider — that is, according to the terms of their prenup.

The directions Robin left when he signed the will back in 2011 were to:

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Oscar Pistorius: Verdict Is In & He's Going To Prison — For 5 Years!

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And it's done.

Oscar Pistorius has just received five years for the death of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.

Though Pistorius was convicted of culpable homicide, he was ultimately cleared of murder. Under South African law, the once celebrated athlete will have to serve at least one-sixth of his sentence — 10 months — before he can ask to be considered for parole. The judge also gave Pistorius a three-year suspended sentence for a firearms charge.

Oscar insisted throughout the entire case, sometimes even through tears, that it was a horrible mistake when he shot Reeve in 2013 on Valentine's Day. He had thought she was an intruder, so the the double-amputee sprinter grabbed his gun and shot at her through the bathroom door.

We're hearing the usually emotional Pistorius remained stoic and calm during his sentencing.

We have a feeling his expression is going to change in the next 10 months.

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