Carver County Judge Kevin Eide has given the green light for six of Prince’s properties to go on the market.
The properties will be liquidated for their estimated worth of $22 million, reports MPR News.
Prince’s Paisley Park compound where he kept his famed recording studios, rehearsal hall and home will not be included in this liquidation.
After the family discovered there was no living will, they handed over the managing authority for Prince’s estate to Bremer Trust Company.
Since then, the estate has been hit with a barrage of false claims against the deceased singer.
In June, a federal prisoner claimed Prince was his biological father. A court-ordered DNA test proved Prince was not the father and that the inmate had no legal right to stake claim to Prince’s $300 million dollar estate.
On April 21, 2016, Prince, 57, was found unresponsive in his Paisley Park home. An autopsy later discovered the iconic singer had died of an opioid overdose.
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