Richard Weiland interviewed by CBC Radio

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On the subject of musician Prince dying without a will, Richard Weiland was interviewed by All In a Day on CBC Radio in Ottawa yesterday on the matter of dying intestacy (without a will). In the interview, Richard states that “if they die with a surviving spouse and young children, the estate is divided between the spouse and the young children but children under the age of 19 can’t hold assets in their own name”, in that case, their share gets paid to the Public Guardian & Trustee, who then holds their share for them until they turn 19.