The late singer’s estate included his Beverly Hills mansion, Malibu beach house, Budweiser distribution business, and music catalog. The estate was the subject of a bitter family feud when his health deteriorated and his children worried that they wouldn’t receive anything. The children had sentimental attachments to several of the items in the estate. They are divided in the remaining share of the estate.
His father died of a heart attack in 1998. His father’s will listed him as a beneficiary. His estate will likely go to his daughter Nancy, who executive produced his films, as well as his son Michael. Nancy Sinatra did not respond to Daily Mail Online requests for comment. Nancy Sinatra, who had a long-standing relationship with her son Michael, did not return Daily Mail Online’s requests for comment.
His children tried to sell part of the estate after his death. His will included them as beneficiaries, but they also wanted to sell the property. Frank Sinatra Jr.’s children own a 21 percent stake in FSE Holdco, the company that controls the publicity rights of his songs. They tried to sell off the ownership but were denied. They were unable to get the approval of all the beneficiaries, so they went to court to request the next steps.
Nancy Sinatra and Frank Sinatra Jr. both inherited the $200,000 that their father left for them, as well as his interest in an office building in Beverly Hills. They also inherited the majority of the music rights and control of Frank Sinatra’s name and likeness. Their father married Dean Martin for 24 years and their daughter inherited half of the money he received from him. The property was valued at $200 million a year before his death.