On Tuesday, Prince’s sister, Tyka Nelson, filed paperwork in court saying that Prince, who died on Thursday at age 57, did not leave a will. Many expressed surprise that the pop icon didn’t have one — and they likely should: Only a minority of affluent people in his age group don’t have a will.
Fewer than one in four people ages 55 to 64 do not have a will, and fewer than half with incomes over $100,000 don’t have one, according to a survey by legal resource site FindLaw.com. In other words, 57-year-old Prince, who owned property worth about $27 million, was in the minority if it turns out...
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