Anne Heche‘s property can be overseen by her eldest son Homer Laffoon, a decide has dominated.
On Nov. 30, Los Angeles Superior Courtroom Choose Lee Bogdanoff named the 20-year-old because the everlasting particular administrator of his late mom’s property, successfully denying a problem for management from Anne’s ex, James Tupper. In response to court docket paperwork obtained by E! Information Dec. 1, the court docket discovered that Homer, who’s the son of Anne and her ex-husband Coleman Laffoon, offered “ample proof” to assist his petition.
One other listening to has been scheduled for March 15, 2023, with bond set at $800,000 within the meantime to guard the pursuits of heirs and collectors.
“We imagine the court docket reached the proper consequence, each legally and equitably, and are glad to have this section of the method behind us,” Bryan L. Phipps, an legal professional for Homer, mentioned in an announcement to E! Information after the ruling. “With Mr. Tupper’s allegations and objections now resolved, we’re hopeful the administration of the Property can proceed with out pointless complication.”
Anne handed away on Aug. 11 on the age of 53 as a consequence of accidents she sustained from a automobile crash six days prior.