Probate Meeting Invites Goldman and Brown Families in O.J. Simpson Executor Case

The executor of O.J. Simpson’s estate is open to discussing financial matters with the individuals to whom Simpson owed substantial amounts of money. However, there is no guarantee on the specific amount that the estate will be able to pay them.

Malcolm LaVergne, the longtime lawyer of O.J. Simpson and the current executor of his estate, recently reached out to the lawyers representing the Brown and Goldman families. In a letter dated April 25, LaVergne addressed the civil judgments against O.J. and extended an invitation for a meeting this month. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the probate claims against the estate.

LaVergne plans to discuss various topics with Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman’s families. These topics include O.J.’s living revocable trust, his last two years of federal tax returns, federal tax liens, the cash and jewelry that LaVergne retrieved from O.J.’s house after his death, as well as the videos he filmed of Simpson’s residence.

LaVergne aims to maintain transparency with the families regarding the probate process, rather than prioritizing the 1997 judgment against O.J. Simpson.

According to Nevada probate law, all claims against the estate must be addressed, as emphasized by the author.

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