LOS ANGELES, CA — A decider ruled Wednesday that he needs to see some-more justification before he can approve a petition by a relatives of actor Anton Yelchin, who was killed in a weird collision during his Sherman Oaks home, that seeks a final placement of their son’s resources as good as management to compensate their profession for his work on their behalf.
Yelchin’s estate now has resources of about $1.45 million and his relatives will equally share those land as good as destiny income warranted from their rights to blurb broadside and a use of his image, according to justice papers filed Oct. 11 by Victor and Irina Yelchin.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Daniel Juarez says he needs to see a supplemental stipulation or additional support in support of a petition. He set another conference for Jan. 23.
The estate’s vital item is a actor’s Studio City home value about $1.1 million. Yelchin — who portrayed Pavel Chekov in a “Star Trek” franchise, including a new entry, “Star Trek Beyond” — also hold batch value about $200,000 and had several bank accounts, including one containing scarcely $140,000 in cash.
His relatives are seeking justice accede for a remuneration of a bank creditor’s explain of $417,500 representing a debt on a Studio City chateau as good as capitulation of a remuneration of $32,600 to Dennis Mochizuki, a profession who worked on a estate.
The Yelchins formerly done a rough placement of $134,185 to themselves, according to their justice papers.
The 27-year-old actor died Jun 19, 2016, when he was dejected by his Jeep Grand Cherokee in his driveway. In their strange papers filed in Jul 2016, Yelchin’s relatives pronounced their son did not have a will.
In Aug 2016, Yelchin’s relatives filed a lawsuit opposite a automaker in Los Angeles Superior Court, alleging that defects in a car led to his death. The box was after eliminated to Glendale Superior Court, where a Jan. 26 conference is scheduled.
The Yelchins contend they will separate any endowment they might accept from a lawsuit.
–City News Service
–Photo: In this Sept. 12, 2015 record photo, actor Anton Yelchin attends The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) and InStyle’s annual Toronto International Film Festival jubilee in Toronto. (Photo by Arthur Mola/Invision/AP, File)