Nate Dogg 200k In Real Estate Left For Kids

Nate Dogg 200k In Real Estate Left For Kids
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Rapper Nate Dogg six children, no will, and $200,00 in real estate when he died last year. A lawyer has not taken on the task of divvying up his assets.

In documents filed yesterday in L.A. County Superior Court, Nate’s home in Pomona, California is valued at $350,000, but he still owned $150,000.

The documents also say that Nate’s four daughters and two sons will inherit his estate, as well as his music earnings.

Attorney Alex Borden has been selected by one of Nate’s daughters and one of his son’s mothers to deal with the inheritance.

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