Wynonna and Ashley Judd have been left out of their mother Naomis will

Wynonna and Ashley Judd have been left out of their mother Naomis will ...

Naomi Judd left her only two daughters, Wynonna Judd and Ashley Judd, out of her last will and testament, Page Six can confirm.

According to court filings, the late country singer who died by suicide on April 30 instead appointed her husband of 33 years, Larry Strickland, to be the executor of her estate.

Naomi requested in the will that the musician, 76, have full authority and discretion over any property that is a part of her estate without the approval of any court or consent of any beneficiary of the estate.

According to the papers, Strickland would be entitled to reasonable compensation for his services, and he would be reimbursed or reimbursed for all reasonable expenses, advances, and payments, including attorneys' fees, made or incurred in the administration of my estate.

The will was prepared on November 20, 2017, nearly five years before Naomi passed away.

When the Love Can Build a Bridge singer signed and approved the will, she was of sound mind and disposing of her thoughts, according to the records.

Melissa Sitzler, a senior account manager at Wiatr & Associates in Tennessee, and another person named Abigail Muelder signed as witnesses, certifying that Naomi was of sound mind, memory, and understanding, and that she was not subjected to any restraint or in any respect incompetent to prepare a Last Will and Testament.

Naomi requested that her brother-in-law, Reginald Strickland, and Daniel Kris Wiatr, the president of Wiatr & Associates, co-executors if her husband could not be executor due to death or any other reason.

Wynonna, 58, is displeased that she was ejected from the Judds, according to RadarOnline.com. She believes she was a major contributor to her mother's success.

However, Wynonna and Ashley, 54, did not immediately respond to Page Sixs' plea for clarification on their thoughts on the will.

Since Naomi's death, the sisters have not shown any signs of conflict between them and their mother. Even attending the unveiling of Naomi's Country Music Hall of Fame one day after her death

Wynonna said in May that she was helpless following the loss of her husband and promised to break the cycle of addiction and family dysfunction, and that she must continue to advocate for herself [first] and undertake personal healing.

Ashley said in a podcast interview in July that she could understand that her mother, who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, was in agony after years of dealing with an undiagnosed and untreated mental illness.

Page Six has also reached out to the attorney who prepared Naomi's will for further information, but did not hear back in time for publication.

Naomi's estate is estimated to be worth $25 million, according to CelebrityNetWorth.com.

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