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Anne Heche died without a will, son files to control estate

The worth of Heche’s estate is unidentified

Star Anne Heche passed away without a will, and also her 20-year-old boy has actually submitted court documents to manage her estate.

Homer Laffoon, Heche’s boy with ex-husband Coleman Laffoon, submitted an application in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday asking for that he be enabled to provide his mom’s estate.

The application details Homer Laffoon and also 13-year-old Atlas Tupper, Heche’s boy with previous companion James Tupper, as her only successors.

The record states the worth of Heche’s estate is unidentified. That is commonly the instance on such first filings, prior to anybody has the lawful authority to evaluate the dead individual’s possessions.

Homer Laffoon additionally submitted an application asking that somebody be selected to represent his sibling’s passions in court.

A rep of Heche decreased talk about the declaring.

On August 5, an automobile Heche was driving leapt a visual, bumped a Los Angeles residence and also ruptured right into fires. She was proclaimed mind dead on August 11, and also was maintained active on life assistance for 3 even more days so her body organs might be contributed.

Heche, 53, was amongst the largest movie celebrities of the late 1990s, starring contrary stars consisting of Johnny Depp and also Harrison Ford, and also had actually functioned regularly in motion pictures and also tv for greater than 3 years.

She was wed to Coleman Laffoon, a tv video camera driver, from 2001 to 2009, and also remained in a partnership with James Tupper, a star, from 2007 to 2018. She had a kid with each.

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