Eagles Legend Left Everything to Wife
11/15/2017 11:12 AM PST
Glenn Frey — the late co-founder and guitarist for the Eagles — left everything behind to his wife … according to legal docs obtained by TMZ.
Frey’s will lists Cindy Millican — to whom he was married for more than 25 years — as sole heir to his fortune. He also named her executor of the will … leaving her responsible for distributing his personal items like jewelry, clothing and furnishings based on his wishes.
According to the docs … Glenn suggested famed Eagles manager Irving Azoff and attorney Barry Greenfield serve as co-executors if, for some reason, his wife can’t serve.
The will lists assets of $100,000 … but, obviously, Frey had much, much more dough than that. The doc describes a family trust, which likely contains the bulk of his wealth.
We broke the story … Frey died in January 2016 of complications from rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis, and pneumonia. He was survived by Cindy and their 3 kids. Only one of them is a minor.
There is a bit of bookkeeping as well … in the docs, Cindy says she doesn’t have the original will, just a copy. She has to disclose that to the court, but it shouldn’t be an issue … unless someone contests the will, and no one’s expecting that.