Every family can learn a valuable lesson from Nate Dogg’s death: LEAVE A WILL. The rapper failed to have a will in place at the time of his death, which caused a whirlwind of trouble for his wife, mother, and children.
. Every family can learn a valuable lesson from Nate Dogg’s death: LEAVE A WILL. The rapper failed to have a will in place at the time of his death, which caused a whirlwind of trouble for his wife, mother, and children. Nate Dogg’s wife, LaToya Calvin, and mother, Ruth Homes, have had a long, nasty fight with the rapper’s children for control of his estate. Although the rapper died last year, his wife filed legal documents this year requesting to be in charge of her late husband’s estate. She also requested that his mother be the co-administrator of the estate. Nate Dogg’s daughter, Audrane Hale, was vocal about she and her siblings’ concerns with having their stepmother and grandmother oversee their father’s estate. “ Ruth doesn’t have my best interest or the interest of my brothers and sisters ,” she said of her grandmother. She also said that LaToya Calvin ” didn’t even show up to Nate’s funeral ” and that Ruth “ was never a grandmother ” and has withheld money in the past. Now the rapper’s children can rejoice because Calvin withdrew her petition for control of the estate earlier this month. Her attorney says the decision was made to keep peace in the family. ” Nate’s children wanted a ‘professional administration’ and Ruth and LaToya decided to withdraw to avoid conflict with the children, ” Calvin’s attorney said. As of now, no one knows who will take charge of the estate, but sources close to Nate Dogg’s children say his kids are “ ecstatic .”