The new reports revealed that a handwritten note from Kristoff has served the purpose of his will. He has precisely distributed all his personal savings and money between his two adult daughters, Paris St. John and Lola St. John, with a split of 25% and 75%, respectively. It seems to be legitimate, but it will still need to be vetted by the courts. The girls' grandfather has officially entered it into the actor's probate case.
Challenging father's final will
Kristoff St. John‘s eldest daughter has now decided to challenge the probate filing by her grandpa, Christopher St. John. According to The Blast, she claims the alleged will was never meant to be discovered. Paris has also objected to Christopher's motion to become the executor of his deceased son’s estate.
What about Kristoff's lavish estate?
Reportedly, Paris had also petitioned the court to become the sole administrator of her dad's property. The lavish estate is estimated at $122,000. She is about 20-years-old and ready to take legal control.
Me, my whole life, looking for self esteem. pic.twitter.com/aq6woqivAm— Paris St. John (@TheStJohnFamily) January 25, 2019
It is Paris' right to probe before surrendering to an unofficial note. We wish the parties best of luck of sorting out the matter. Share this and let us know if support her cause or not.