James Brown’s Heirs Settle 15-Year Dispute Over Soul Icon’s Estate, Song Publishing Rights

Nearly 15 years after James Brown’s death, his children and grandchildren have reached a settlement over a legal dispute involving his lucrative holdings.  Brown had specified in a 2000 will that he would bequeath little to his heirs, other than a $2 million scholarship fund for his grandchildren, but his daughters Deanna Brown-Thomas and Yamma Brown, among others, found a way to inherit potentially millions of dollars.

Source: James Brown’s Heirs Settle 15-Year Dispute Over Soul Icon’s Estate, Song Publishing Rights

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