Prince’s five siblings have agreed that they will “openly communicate” with each other about their late brother’s estate.
People noted that the singer’s brothers and sisters met in court on Monday and all, expect his half sibling John Nelson, signed a form allowing Bremer Bank and Trust to handle the estate.
Judge Kevin W. Eide said that the parties involved "agreed to openly communicate with each other and to have regular communication.”
Just last week Prince's sister, Tyka Nelson, filed paperwork requesting to be executor of his estate since no will has been found. In those documents she named herself and the other siblings as potential heirs to her brother’s fortune.
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