Rocker Hallyday’s estate to be shared under French, not U.S., law

FILE PHOTO: A young girl lays flowers in front of a portrait of the late French singer Johnny Hallyday during a mass in his memory and to celebrate his 75th birthday at the La Madeleine church in Paris, France, June 15, 2018. Philippe Lopez/Pool via Reuters/File Photo

PARIS (Reuters) – French rock singer Johnny Hallyday’s estate must be shared under French law, a Paris court ruled on Tuesday, overriding a will written in California that excluded his two eldest children, lawyers on both sides said. Siblings Laura Smet and David Hallyday had challenged a July 2014 will – written in English when […]

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