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Prince estate court battle ends six years after singer's death

Prince passed away in April 2016 at the age of 57 from a fentanyl overdose, leaving his surviving family without a will. His death sparked a process known as probate, in which the courts decide how to distribute a deceased person's estate. Prince's six half-siblings were made his legal heirs and three of them sold their stakes to Primary Wave, which owns approximately half of the star's estate. The three remaining heirs have been in court grappling with Primary Wave for many years.

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