TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Mar 2, 2018
A new disclosure of interest filed last week over the estate of singer Glen Campbell appointed a temporary administrator and uncovered assets previously unknown to the public, The Tennessean reports. Stanley Schneider, who was Campbell’s accountant and later manager, was named administrator, in an order that bars Schneider from disposing of or encumbering the late singer’s stake in the Arizona Diamondbacks baseball club. Three of Campbell’s children are contesting the will, which was filed by Campbell’s spouse, Kimberly.