I have been to Graceland, but didn’t read the will until researching the concept of heirs at law this week.
Well of course there had to be a lawsuit when Elvis passed.
His will referenced “lawful” children being beneficiaries of his testamentary trust. Now who would that be? Children born during his marriage, certainly. Those adopted, OK, but there were none.
What about those Elvis may have sired on tour and never claimed? What if Elvis dies before a paternity action can be brought?
Well as it turned out The King of Rock and Roll successfully defended a paternity suit in California, only to have the claimant return to haunt him post mortem, like in a horror picture. One wonders what forgettable music would be produced for that film, something from “The Trouble with Girls” perhaps?
If that Elvis love child was sired in Washington State it means that poor child should have you get nothing. Same in Tennessee apparently. Text from his Will:
..the Trustee is authorized to accumulate…
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