Wynonna Judd is upset that she didn't get named in her mother's will. Naomi Judd's Will

Wynonna Judd is upset that she didn't get named in her mother's will. Naomi Judd's Will ...

Naomi Judd's daughters, Ashley Judd and Wynonna Judd, always do their best to carry on their maternal legacy. Many people were surprised when they learned of her late husband's tragic death. Her daughters were not included in her will, and the oldest is understandably upset.

Naomi Judds' decision to name her husband Larry Strickland the executor of her will without including her daughters, Wynonna and Ashley, reportedly irks her oldest child. Wynonna wants to contest the will, believing she is entitled to a portion of her mother's $25 million estate.

Wynonna's mother has remained firmly in her craw, despite the fact that all of her fortune has been left to Larry. Naomi believes her fortune has been at least partially built on Wynonna's own hard work.

Dating back to the 1980s, she was the vocalist for The Judds, who took Naomi from being a nurse to being a star. It was Wynonna's incredible voice that propelled them to the top.

Naomi, a country singer who tragically died on April 30, and her daughters band, The Judds, won five Grammys, nine Country Music Association Awards, eight Billboard Music Awards, and sold over 20 million albums throughout their careers.

Ashley Judd has no problem with her late mother Naomi leaving her entire $25 million fortune to her second husband Larry Strickland. With Ashley, it's never been about the money.

Legal experts said that leaving out her daughters appears to be a slight to Wynonna and Ashley. It is common to name the spouse the executor of a will. However, Naomis' actions appear to be purposeful, according to legal counsel Holly Davis.

Strickland must have full authority and discretion over any property that is an asset to her estate without the approval of any court or permission from any estate beneficiary, according to experts. He has the authority to create an inheritance in accordance with what Naomi would have desired for the children.

Strickland must have full authority and discretion over any property that is an asset to her estate without the approval of any court or permission from any estate beneficiary, according to experts.

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