James Tapper tries to prevent Anne Heck’s son from being the brother’s guardian

James Tapper tries to prevent Anne Heck's son from being the brother's guardian
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James Tapper wants to prevent Anne Hechey's son from being the brother's regent
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Another development. Amidst the chaotic battle over the property of Anne Heishi, her ex-partner James Tupper A new petition has been filed to prevent the late actress’s son Homer from becoming the guardian of her brother Atlas.

According to court documents he obtained us weeklyTapper, 57, requested on Monday, October 3, to name the guardian assigned to his 13-year-old son Atlas and the late actress. The petition, if granted, would allow the actor to control his son’s share of Heche’s estate until he turned 18.

“As a minor, Atlas does not have the ability to designate legal representation to represent his interests in these proceedings,” Tupper argued in the legal papers, noting that he currently resides with his son.

The recording comes amid a chaotic battle over the ownership of the former soap star after her tragic death. In August, Heche was hospitalized after being in a car accident that led to a fire.

representative of I know what you did last summer The actress originally said her client was “in stable condition.” However, Heche took a turn for the worse one week later, and her rep revealed that she has since fallen into a coma.

“At this time she is in a very critical condition, she has a major lung injury that requires mechanical ventilation and burns that require surgical intervention,” the statement read at the time. “She is in a coma and hasn’t regained consciousness since shortly after the accident.”

The Emmy winner was withdrawn the same month after he was declared legally dead. She was 53 years old.

Before her death, Heche welcomed her son Homer with her then-husband Coleman Lavon in 2002. Her family expanded again after seven years with her son Atlas, whom she shared with Taber.

After Homer applied for control of his mother’s estate, Tapper attempted to dismiss the petition as Atlas’ primary trustee. In the legal documents he obtained we One month after Heche’s death, Tupper claimed Homer was “unfit for appointment” due to his age and low income.

The revenge Allum also argued that Homer may not act in his brother’s “best interest” after he had previously refused to attend grief counseling with Atlas. The documents claimed, “This is particularly disturbing given that Atlas is 13 years old, was with his mother on the day of her death, and had contact with Homer over and over again.” Indeed, since the death of their mother, Homer has neither seen nor communicated with his brother.

In September, the Canadian citizen claimed Heche had previously appointed him to be responsible for her property.

“FYI in case I die tomorrow and anyone asks,” an alleged 2011 email from Heche to Tupper read. “I hope that all my assets will go to the control of Mr. James Tupper to be used in the upbringing of my children and then given to the children. They will be divided equally between our children, presently Homer Heche Laffoon and Atlas Heche Tupper, and their share given to each when they are 25 years old. When the last child reaches the age of 25. 25 years, any house or other property can be sold and the money equally divided among our children.”

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