"  Mr Tupper over and over alludes to the email … as a 'will.' But as an issue of regulation. 

By Asha

September 30-22

the email doesn't qualify as either a holographic will or formal saw will," he wrote in his recording, which was gotten by Page Six. 

Consequently, Laffoon claims he is "the individual with the most noteworthy need of arrangement" and is "lawfully qualified for the arrangement as administrator. 

"Anne Heche's most established child, Homer Laffoon, is restricting the legitimacy of a "will" his mom purportedly sent her then-sweetheart, James Tupper, through email in 2011.  

Laffoon recorded a request to be named agent of her domain and mentioned that he and his stepbrother, Map book Tupper, be recorded as their mom's only beneficiaries. 

My desires are that every one of my resources goes under the control of Mr James Tupper to be utilized to bring up my kids and afterwards given to the children. 

pointing out his young age, absence of business and alienated relationship with his mom when she died. 

Tupper additionally guaranteed that the stepbrothers have not had any contact since Heche's demise on Aug. 12. 

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