Prince’s half-brother Omarr Baker appeared at a hearing to deal with the singer’s lack of a will.
On Wednesday, after a judge determined that the legendary singer did not have a will, a person connected to his bank was appointed in charge of his estate, according to TMZ.
The judge has ruled that the iconic pop singer’s “assets will be distributed to his heirs … in this case, his brothers and sisters.”
He also appointed a representative connected to Prince’s banks to be the special administrator who oversees the singer’s estate, which has been estimated to be worth between $150-300 million dollars.
The appointment, however, only last 6 months. At that point a “personal representative” can be selected, which might be tricky “if his relatives all vie for the position.”
As previously reported, the singer’s sister Tyka Nelson filed papers Monday with the court following Prince’s sudden death last week.