Aaron CarterThe estate will go to his one-year-old son Prince, and the singer’s family wants to make sure the boy is taken care of.
As he did not leave a will, California the law stipulates that the real estate and personal property of the singer, which is estimated at approximately 550 thousand dollars, goes to the next of kin, and since Aaron was not married, the inheritance goes to Prince.
The Crush on You singer died at his home in Lancaster, California, on November 5, aged 34. The cause of death has not yet been determined.
Estate: Aaron Carter’s estate will go to his one-year-old son Prince, and the singer’s family wants to make sure the boy is taken care of. The Crush On You artist died on November 5 at the age of 34 and left no will. Prince is his closest relative
The twin sister of the artist “Sooner or later” Angela applied for the position of administrator.
Carter family matriarch Jane told TMZ she has yet to meet Prince or his mother, Aaron’s fiancee Melanie Martin, but they would like to have a relationship with them.
She also wants everything from her son’s estate to go to Prince Aaron’s baby, and she noted that other members of his family are wealthy enough that they don’t need a piece of his estate.
On Friday, Melanie posted a video of a growing memorial outside Aaron’s home on social media over the weekend.
Administrator: Aaron’s twin sister, Angel, has filed to serve as administrator of his estate, which is valued at approximately $550,000; seen in 2006
Have not dated: Aaron’s mother, Jane, told TMZ that she and her family have not yet dated Prince or his mother, Melanie Martin, but would like to have a relationship with them; seen in 2019
“It’s been a whole month since you’ve been gone,” she wrote, “not a day goes by that I don’t think about you.” I wish you were still here, thanks to everyone who came and made it possible.”
“We were his family in everything. No matter what.”
Nick, 42, opened up Extra about the difficulty he had in speaking in London the night after learning of his brother’s death.
Custody: Aaron’s fiancee Melanie Martin had custody of their son Prince at the time of the singer’s death; pictured in February 2022
Memorial: Melanie posted a video of a memorial outside Aaron’s home on Instagram, writing: ‘It’s been a month since you’ve been gone and not a day goes by that I don’t think about you.’
As a tribute to Aaron, the Backstreet Boys created a photo memorial while singing No Place.
“It was very emotional for me when my boys were with me,” he shared. “There’s an old saying, ‘The show must go on,’ which has been with us for years, but that night I didn’t know what to expect.’
Jane Carter said that Aaron contacted Nick a few weeks before his death while the Backstreet Boys were on tour in Europe, but Nick was unable to contact Aaron before his death.
Emotional tribute: Nick Carter, 42, and the Backstreet Boys sang No Place during an emotional memorial service for Aaron in London the day after his death. Nick told Extra: “It was very emotional for me… I didn’t know what to expect”
Keepsake Photo: The Backstreet Boys put together a keepsake photo with Aaron that they shared with the audience