Nate Dogg's six children will have to decide how to divide the $200,000 in real estate left by their father, who had no will. According to TMZ, documents were filed in Los Angles Monday (July 23) on behalf of the late West Coast crooner, and attorney Alex Borden has been nominated by one of his daughters, to handle Nate's financial matters.
The number seems small, being that he was a staple in the music industry for over 20 years, but there is more potential money to be had. Nate's musical catalog is expected to be added to the final tally which will also go to his four daughters and two sons. His home in Pamona, Calif. was worth a reported $350,000 but he still owed $150,000 on it, leaving the children to divvy up the remaining $200,000.
As it often happens when people die young, the estate has run into financial issues, like being sued for more than $290,000 over unpaid medical bills.
Nate passed away last March from complications brought on by multiple strokes. He was 41.
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