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Reply #60 posted 03/16/17 11:43am

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Well Comerica responed; reading the Exhibit A now.

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Reply #61 posted 03/16/17 11:59am

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laytonian said:

tmo1965 said:



oliviacamron said:


PennyPurple said:

If this is all true with Coamerica, I feel for the family. This is a huge mess, that looks like it has no ending. 14 years? WTH?



Some of them might be dead by then

They all should make a will or trust right now because no one knows when their time will come.


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I'm not too sure, but the half-siblings don't seem to have many heirs themselves, do they?
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If some die without heirs, the other siblings get that share.
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Tkya has two sons and a rack of step children.
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Reply #62 posted 03/16/17 12:28pm

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morningsong said:

Well Comerica responed; reading the Exhibit A now.


What do you make of it because Comerica does have a proposal to requesting that they not have to confer with the sibs when making decisions under 2 million. I think Sharon might be a little off but if Comerica has put in this proposal this is not a figment imagination.
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Reply #63 posted 03/16/17 12:41pm

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laurarichardson said:

morningsong said:

Well Comerica responed; reading the Exhibit A now.

What do you make of it because Comerica does have a proposal to requesting that they not have to confer with the sibs when making decisions under 2 million. I think Sharon might be a little off but if Comerica has put in this proposal this is not a figment imagination.



That Sharon is a ball of fire. The memo seems to be more about why Comerica isn't distributing funds to the heirs, so there's that. I guess I can see why they aren't going to concide to family votes for every single decision, nothing would get done. They supposedly are to have bi-monthly(?) meetings with the non-excluded heirs for those who choose to show up which I can see being a problem since they all don't live in the same state, let alone same city. I can see where Comerica might stand at cutting off having to ask the heirs permission for every single money decision, especially given the value of the estate, 2 mill isn't THAT much, but then somebody is going to have to make sure the family keeps track of every meeting, on every memo and correspondence; make sure Comerica doesn't slip on keeping the family informed down the road and that's a big job tedious job that most people don't want to do.

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Reply #64 posted 03/16/17 12:51pm

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morningsong said:



laurarichardson said:


morningsong said:

Well Comerica responed; reading the Exhibit A now.



What do you make of it because Comerica does have a proposal to requesting that they not have to confer with the sibs when maki/-ng decisions under 2 million. I think Sharon might be a little off but if Comerica has put in this proposal this is not a figment imagination.



That Sharon is a ball of fire. The memo seems to be more about why Comerica isn't distributing funds to the heirs, so there's that. I guess I can see why they aren't going to concide to family votes for every single decision, nothing would get done. They supposedly are to have bi-monthly(?) meetings with the non-excluded heirs for those who choose to show up which I can see being a problem since they all don't live in the same state, let alone same city. I can see where Comerica might stand at cutting off having to ask the heirs permission for every single money decision, especially given the value of the estate, 2 mill isn't THAT much, but then somebody is going to have to make sure the family keeps track of every meeting, on every memo and correspondence; make sure Comerica doesn't slip on keeping the family informed down the road and that's a big job tedious job that most people don't want to do.


-Well maybe one family member can show up for the meeting but they cannot just let deciding be made without any input or knowledge. I believe Sharon is tone deaf if she cannot understand why she thinks disbursements would come before the probate is finished.
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Reply #65 posted 03/16/17 1:07pm

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laurarichardson said:

morningsong said:



That Sharon is a ball of fire. The memo seems to be more about why Comerica isn't distributing funds to the heirs, so there's that. I guess I can see why they aren't going to concide to family votes for every single decision, nothing would get done. They supposedly are to have bi-monthly(?) meetings with the non-excluded heirs for those who choose to show up which I can see being a problem since they all don't live in the same state, let alone same city. I can see where Comerica might stand at cutting off having to ask the heirs permission for every single money decision, especially given the value of the estate, 2 mill isn't THAT much, but then somebody is going to have to make sure the family keeps track of every meeting, on every memo and correspondence; make sure Comerica doesn't slip on keeping the family informed down the road and that's a big job tedious job that most people don't want to do.

-Well maybe one family member can show up for the meeting but they cannot just let deciding be made without any input or knowledge. I believe Sharon is tone deaf if she cannot understand why she thinks disbursements would come before the probate is finished.



That would have to be one consistant dutiful family member making sure everybody is informed, because if they slip then Comerica is going to slip, they'll be getting paid regardless.

You know Sharon got a career to get started, funds are needed. zipped

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Reply #66 posted 03/16/17 1:14pm

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morningsong said:

laurarichardson said:

morningsong said: -Well maybe one family member can show up for the meeting but they cannot just let deciding be made without any input or knowledge. I believe Sharon is tone deaf if she cannot understand why she thinks disbursements would come before the probate is finished.



That would have to be one consistant dutiful family member making sure everybody is informed, because if they slip then Comerica is going to slip, they'll be getting paid regardless.

You know Sharon got a career to get started, funds are needed. zipped

I know someone has to watch the bank.

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Reply #67 posted 03/16/17 1:19pm

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laurarichardson said:

laytonian said:


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I'm not too sure, but the half-siblings don't seem to have many heirs themselves, do they?
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If some die without heirs, the other siblings get that share.
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Tkya has two sons and a rack of step children.

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Yes.
But I'm talking about the half-siblings (see above) who were John's offspring.
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Reply #68 posted 03/16/17 1:19pm

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laurarichardson said:

morningsong said:



That would have to be one consistant dutiful family member making sure everybody is informed, because if they slip then Comerica is going to slip, they'll be getting paid regardless.

You know Sharon got a career to get started, funds are needed. zipped

I know someone has to watch the bank.



I think that's where most people mess up, missing the memo, and it's always the important memo.

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Reply #69 posted 03/16/17 1:22pm

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morningsong said:



laurarichardson said:


morningsong said:




That Sharon is a ball of fire. The memo seems to be more about why Comerica isn't distributing funds to the heirs, so there's that. I guess I can see why they aren't going to concide to family votes for every single decision, nothing would get done. They supposedly are to have bi-monthly(?) meetings with the non-excluded heirs for those who choose to show up which I can see being a problem since they all don't live in the same state, let alone same city. I can see where Comerica might stand at cutting off having to ask the heirs permission for every single money decision, especially given the value of the estate, 2 mill isn't THAT much, but then somebody is going to have to make sure the family keeps track of every meeting, on every memo and correspondence; make sure Comerica doesn't slip on keeping the family informed down the road and that's a big job tedious job that most people don't want to do.



-Well maybe one family member can show up for the meeting but they cannot just let deciding be made without any input or knowledge. I believe Sharon is tone deaf if she cannot understand why she thinks disbursements would come before the probate is finished.



That would have to be one consistant dutiful family member making sure everybody is informed, because if they slip then Comerica is going to slip, they'll be getting paid regardless.

You know Sharon got a career to get started, funds are needed. zipped


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They can do it via a closed video conference.
They don't need to be physically present.
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I'd be surprised if everything is not already recorded.
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Reply #70 posted 03/16/17 1:57pm

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laytonian said:

morningsong said:



That would have to be one consistant dutiful family member making sure everybody is informed, because if they slip then Comerica is going to slip, they'll be getting paid regardless.

You know Sharon got a career to get started, funds are needed. zipped

. They can do it via a closed video conference. They don't need to be physically present. . I'd be surprised if everything is not already recorded. .



There's that.

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Reply #71 posted 03/16/17 7:27pm

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Notice that Tyka and Omarr are not objecting to the Comerica's proposal?

It could be the time to file a response has not ran its course or it could mean

they dont have an objection to the proposal.

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Reply #72 posted 03/16/17 7:38pm

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

Notice that Tyka and Omarr are not objecting to the Comerica's proposal?

It could be the time to file a response has not ran its course or it could mean

they dont have an objection to the proposal.



I'm going to give it a minute, they may respond yet. If not, then I guess it's the younger sibs vs the older sibs. Given that the younger sibs actually had consistant contact with Prince...

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Reply #73 posted 03/16/17 10:35pm

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laurarichardson said:

laytonian said:


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I'm not too sure, but the half-siblings don't seem to have many heirs themselves, do they?
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If some die without heirs, the other siblings get that share.
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Tkya has two sons and a rack of step children.

I hope some of them are worthy of this blessing neutral( purple pie)
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Reply #74 posted 03/20/17 5:59pm

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A whole bunch of redacted stuff I ain't read yet.

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Reply #75 posted 03/21/17 11:17am

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The Motion to Quash Omarr's Subpoena to Londell has been scheduled for a hearing

on May 10, 2017.

I guess no one is in a hurry to settle that issue.

jester

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Reply #76 posted 03/21/17 7:50pm

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http://www.startribune.com/eden-prairie-company-gives-urns-for-prince-and-others-the-personalized-touch/416727803/#1

The Minneapolis Star Tribune is reporting on Foreverence, the company that designed P's urn at PP, including describing the inside of the urn and how involved Tyka was in creating the urn with the company.

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Reply #77 posted 03/22/17 11:20am

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

The Motion to Quash Omarr's Subpoena to Londell has been scheduled for a hearing

on May 10, 2017.

I guess no one is in a hurry to settle that issue.

jester



I guess not. Now I see how this can take years to resolve. Maybe by June or July it'll be wrapped up. *fingers crossed*

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Reply #78 posted 03/23/17 8:51am

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morningsong said:

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

The Motion to Quash Omarr's Subpoena to Londell has been scheduled for a hearing

on May 10, 2017.

I guess no one is in a hurry to settle that issue.

jester



I guess not. Now I see how this can take years to resolve. Maybe by June or July it'll be wrapped up. *fingers crossed*

Why do they even bother? Clogging up the court system.

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Reply #79 posted 03/24/17 4:52am

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Look at how much money has been, is being and will be wasted trying to settle this estate, or at least get it in settle-able condition. IMO there is no way in you-know-what that Prince wanted his money to be used for this. To those people who say he set things up with the LLC, etc., etc.: it is a mess and it will continue to be a mess for a long time. Whether you have $5,000 or $500 million, put your affairs in order now so that something like this doesn't happen to what you have left behind.

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Reply #80 posted 03/24/17 8:40am

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On a side note... did anyone notice that Mayte said Prince had a will when they were married?

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Reply #81 posted 03/24/17 9:36am

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Giovanni777 said:

On a side note... did anyone notice that Mayte said Prince had a will when they were married?




Seems he had one for each wife. Both of which became void after each divorce. So I'm guessing since he had no wife or children to look after, he let the chips fall where they may. He left more than enough to build upon, with no major debts.


If the heirs want to give their money away over petty sqabbles then so be it. Thus far PP is protected, making its own money and his musically legacy stands; its just a matter of who reaps the financial benefits. I don't think its the disaeter some are trying to make it out to be and its not as smooth as it could be if there were a solid solitary heir he wanted to protect. He had his reasons.
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Reply #82 posted 03/24/17 11:03am

Menes

morningsong said:

Giovanni777 said:

On a side note... did anyone notice that Mayte said Prince had a will when they were married?

Seems he had one for each wife. Both of which became void after each divorce. So I'm guessing since he had no wife or children to look after, he let the chips fall where they may. He left more than enough to build upon, with no major debts. If the heirs want to give their money away over petty sqabbles then so be it. Thus far PP is protected, making its own money and his musically legacy stands; its just a matter of who reaps the financial benefits. I don't think its the disaeter some are trying to make it out to be and its not as smooth as it could be if there were a solid solitary heir he wanted to protect. He had his reasons.

Yea, you might be right about that. I think once things fell apart in the marriage department( and not having any heirs) long term estate and exectuive planning was never really a focus.I wonder why he never married someone who was already in the "church" after Mayte? From what I gather, or rather fromr what Dave said in the podcast, JW had their fingerprints all over the Mayte/Prince melee .I don't know the details .

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Reply #83 posted 03/24/17 3:31pm

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Hmm...

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Reply #84 posted 03/24/17 3:35pm

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morningsong said:

Giovanni777 said:

On a side note... did anyone notice that Mayte said Prince had a will when they were married?




Seems he had one for each wife. Both of which became void after each divorce. So I'm guessing since he had no wife or children to look after, he let the chips fall where they may. He left more than enough to build upon, with no major debts.


If the heirs want to give their money away over petty sqabbles then so be it. Thus far PP is protected, making its own money and his musically legacy stands; its just a matter of who reaps the financial benefits. I don't think its the disaeter some are trying to make it out to be and its not as smooth as it could be if there were a solid solitary heir he wanted to protect. He had his reasons.

--It is not that bad and he do some planning just not enough. At least we know that " he did not believe in wills was a bunch of nonsense. It appears he did not get around to drafting a new will after his second divorce.
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Reply #85 posted 03/24/17 3:36pm

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rogifan said:

Hmm...

L Londell McMillan (@LondellMcMillan)
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Shout out to the #PurpleArmy. I've been busy handling other business. New team has come aboard & we will be holding them all accountable! 💜

He is the one who is being supenaed. So it looks like he going to be held accountable.
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Reply #86 posted 03/24/17 5:05pm

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laurarichardson said:

rogifan said:
Hmm... L Londell McMillan (@LondellMcMillan) 3/24/17, 12:52 PM Shout out to the #PurpleArmy. I've been busy handling other business. New team has come aboard & we will be holding them all accountable! 💜
He is the one who is being supenaed. So it looks like he going to be held accountable.

lol lol

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Reply #87 posted 03/24/17 5:56pm

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laurarichardson said:

rogifan said:
Hmm... L Londell McMillan (@LondellMcMillan) 3/24/17, 12:52 PM Shout out to the #PurpleArmy. I've been busy handling other business. New team has come aboard & we will be holding them all accountable! 💜
He is the one who is being supenaed. So it looks like he going to be held accountable.

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Reply #88 posted 03/24/17 6:03pm

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Menes said:

morningsong said:

Giovanni777 said: Seems he had one for each wife. Both of which became void after each divorce. So I'm guessing since he had no wife or children to look after, he let the chips fall where they may. He left more than enough to build upon, with no major debts. If the heirs want to give their money away over petty sqabbles then so be it. Thus far PP is protected, making its own money and his musically legacy stands; its just a matter of who reaps the financial benefits. I don't think its the disaeter some are trying to make it out to be and its not as smooth as it could be if there were a solid solitary heir he wanted to protect. He had his reasons.

Yea, you might be right about that. I think once things fell apart in the marriage department( and not having any heirs) long term estate and exectuive planning was never really a focus.I wonder why he never married someone who was already in the "church" after Mayte? From what I gather, or rather fromr what Dave said in the podcast, JW had their fingerprints all over the Mayte/Prince melee .I don't know the details .



I always wondered why he was always looking for someone to convert first.

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Reply #89 posted 03/24/17 6:12pm

Menes

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Menes said:

Yea, you might be right about that. I think once things fell apart in the marriage department( and not having any heirs) long term estate and exectuive planning was never really a focus.I wonder why he never married someone who was already in the "church" after Mayte? From what I gather, or rather fromr what Dave said in the podcast, JW had their fingerprints all over the Mayte/Prince melee .I don't know the details .



I always wondered why he was always looking for someone to convert first.

I could guess the answer lies somewhere between control and tradition. Speculation here of course. I really think he would've done well with someone more" conservative". Overall, didn't he have a lot of conservative leaning thoughts ?

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