Ashley and Wynonna always strive to carry on the family legacy. Many were surprised to learn that neither of Naomi Judds' daughters had been included in her will after her tragic death.
Larry Strickland, Judd's husband, was appointed as the executor of her estate. Fans wondered if there might have been some sort of conflict between Naomi Judd and her children. The answer is simple.
Page Six spoke with legal experts on the matter. Attorney Holly Davis said the move appeared to be deliberate. Others said the Ashley and Wynonnas exclusion was done to make life easier for everyone.
Leaving out her daughters seems like a deliberate move, as is common.
Naomi Judd was advised by her attorney to choose her spouse over her two daughters because it would create a less contentious environment to split up her estate. Wills can become a soft spot if the parties disagree on a specific clause in the document.
Naomi Judd died of suicide in late April. Ashley Judd and Wynonna Judd paid tribute to their great mother. The reason they were left out of her will has been largely speculative, although it appears to have been deliberate.