When singer Nate Dogg died last March, he hadn’t written a will. Now lawyers are in the process of splitting up his assets among his family.
Among his assets is his $350,000 house in Pomona, California. Nate Dogg still owed $150,000 on the house which means that there is only $200,000 available for his four daughters and two sons. In addition to the house, his children will receive Nate Dogg’s musical earnings.
According to documents recently filed in L.A. County Superior Court, attorney Alex Borden has been selected by some of Nate’s family members to handle his affairs.