ann heckeldest son, Homer Lavon(20 years old) has applied for the appointment of a legal guardian for his 13-year-old younger brother Atlas Taber. The petition was filed with the Los Angeles Superior Court on August 31, according to court documents obtained by Hollywood Live. The recording comes about two weeks after Anne’s tragic death. Homer also requested that he be responsible for his late mother’s estate because she died intestate.
“The estate consists of (ii) intestate heirs – Homer Heche Laffoon and Atlas Heche Laffoon. Homer Heche Laffoon is an adult and proposed administrator. “Atlas Heche Laffoon is a minor,” the filing reads. which specifically requests that the designated guardian be given the power to waive the surety on behalf of the minor.” Court documents list only Homer and Atlas as heirs to Anne’s estate, whose value was not known at the time of submission.
Anne’s children were born from all of her long-term relationships. Homer was born in 2002 to Anne and her husband at the time, Cole Lavon. Atlas was welcomed into the world in 2009 by Ann and her partner for more than 10 years, James Tupper.
Ann died at the age of 53 after being involved in a car accident on August 5 Chicago PD The actress crashed her blue Mini Cooper into the garage of an apartment complex and then sped off into an apartment house, causing the car and house to catch fire. Anne was pulled from the accident by paramedics and then rushed to Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital for burn treatment, but she did not survive her injuries. She fell into a coma after the tragic accident and “suffered a severe brain injury due to lack of oxygen,” according to her representative in a statement to Hollywood Live. She was put on life support, which was pulled on August 14 — two days after she was declared legally dead in California. H She confirmed the presence of drug traces in the former soap star’s system during her horrific accident.
On August 23, Anne’s remains were cremated and her ashes laid to rest in a mausoleum at Forever Hollywood Cemetery in Los Angeles. Hollywood Live She obtained permission via the actress’s representative from both Homer and Atlas on the day her remains were buried. “We are convinced that our mother will love the location we have chosen for her; it is beautiful and serene and she will be among her peers in Hollywood.” “Most importantly, Hollywood Forever is a place to live, where people attend movies, concerts, and other events. She was our mother, but the kindness and flood of the past few days reminded us that she also belongs to her fans, to the entertainment community, and now, to the ages.”