Glen Campbell Excludes 3 Children From His Will
Three of Glen Campbell’s eight children were excluded from the late country singer’s will.
According to documents filed in Nashville’s Davidson Probate Court, Campbell “specifically” excluded daughter Kelli and sons Willian and Wesley from his estate. They are his three children with second wife Billie Jean Nunley.
The 13-page will, dated Sept. 1, 2006, named wife Kim as executor of the estate, which is reportedly worth at least $50 million U.S.
Campbell, who died last August at 81 after a battle with Alzheimer’s disease, was married four times and had eight children.
The Tennessean reports that a hearing on the will has been scheduled for Jan. 18.