TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Oct 22, 2018
A recently appointed administrator in the estate of singer Glen Campbell is disputing more than $1.3 million in claims filed by his widow, The Tennessean reports. In a series of filings in Davidson County Probate Court, Blaine H. Smith has challenged five separate claims filed by Kimberly Campbell, who is also the administrator of the estate. Smith was appointed in September by Probate Court Judge David Randy Kennedy as a special administrator to review the five claims. The largest single claim challenged was for $506,380.93. A $301,408 claim, also disputed, seeks reimbursement to payoff a mortgage held on a now-sold property owned in California.