The $2.3 million estate of Chadwick Boseman will be split equally between his parents and widow.
The actor lost his battle with colon cancer in 2020.
In August 2020, actor Chadwick Boseman passed away from colon cancer. He had no will at the time of his passing, but his widow and parents will share his riches equally.
Leroy and Carolyn Boseman, the actor's parents, and Taylor Simone Ledward Boseman, his widow, will split the actor's $2.3 million estate, according to Shadow & Act.
Ledward-Boseman was given limited power as the estate's representative. She requests that the court divide his estate equally between her and his parents.
The final accounting report submitted by Ledward-Boseman was obtained by Radar Online. The $47,000 asked by Ledward, which covered funeral expenses, a mausoleum crypt in Anderson, South Carolina's Forest Lawn Memorial Park, and mausoleum crypts for Boseman's parents to be interred next to their late son, was approved by the court.
According to court records, the inventoried value of Boseman's estate is just under $4 million. Multiple residual checks received since March 2021 are included in this sum.
According to Ledward, no real estate taxes are owed by the estate, and all federal income taxes for California have been paid.
The estate is worth $2.3 million when a few bills are paid.
In 2016, Boseman received a stage three colon cancer diagnosis. Prior to his untimely passing at the age of 43, Ledward and Boseman secretly married before his diagnosis.