Priscilla Presley Reportedly Settles Actual Property Battle With Lisa Marie’s Daughter

A settlement over Lisa Marie Presley’s will has been reached between Priscilla Presley and her granddaughter, Riley Keough, a consultant for Presley confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.

Following the dying of Lisa Marie in January, her mom filed a petition with the Los Angeles Superior Court docket calling into query the “authenticity and validity” of a 2016 modification to her daughter’s will, The Hollywood Reporter acknowledged. Within the modification, Presley and former enterprise supervisor Barry Siegel had been changed as co-trustees of Lisa Marie’s property by her youngsters, Riley Keough and now-deceased son, Benjamin Keough.

Presley maintained the modification changing her as co-trustee of the Elvis Presley property, together with a stake within the musician’s mental property, was by no means supplied to her in her daughter’s lifetime, as was required by the phrases of the belief, the outlet acknowledged. Presley additional famous her title was misspelled, the doc was by no means notarized and Lisa Marie’s signature was “inconsistent together with her normal and customary signature.” (RELATED: ‘My Coronary heart Is Utterly Shattered’: ‘Elvis’ Actor Speaks Out After Demise Of Lisa Marie Presley)

“My household has resolved all confusion because it pertains to our plea to the courtroom and request for doc interpretation after my daughter Lisa Marie’s premature passing,” Presley introduced in an announcement, in accordance with The Hollywood Reporter. “Though the media recognized such a plea as a lawsuit, I wish to clarify that there was by no means any lawsuit filed towards my beloved granddaughter,” she added.

As Siegel had already introduced his intention to resign, Keough was already slated to affix Presley as co-trustee of the property, the outlet acknowledged. Although particulars of the deal weren’t disclosed, the phrases are nonetheless topic to courtroom approval.