Naomi Judd named her husband Larry Strickland as an administrator of her money and estate, which is valued at $25 million. Wynonna and Ashley Judd are not mentioned in the formal documentation. The paper states that:
“I nominate and appoint Larry Strickland.” If my spouse is unable or unwilling to serve, I designate my brother-in-law, Reginald Strickland, and Daniel Kris Wiatr as Co-Executors. I order that no bond be imposed on my Executor.”
According to sources, Strickland would be entitled to “appropriate remuneration” for his efforts, as well as payment or reimbursement for any “fair expenditures, advances, and disbursements, including attorney’s and accountant’s fees, made or spent in the administration of my estate.”
According to Radar, Wynonna is upset with her late mother’s choice since she was a part of The Judds and was instrumental in her mother’s great career.
Judd committed herself in her house on April 30, 2022, when she was 76 years old. She battled depression for a long time, as well as anxiety, panic attacks, and suicide thoughts. She described her battles with panic attacks in her book River of Time: My Descent into Depression and How I Emerged with Hope, as well as how treatments like lithium caused side effects such as facial edema, baldness, and tremors, which exacerbated her mental suffering. Following Naomi’s death, her daughter announced the reason of her death in May 2022 in order to raise awareness of mental illness and assist those in need.
GO WOKE, GO BROKE: NAOMI JUDD HAS LEFT HER DAUGHTERS COMPLETELY OUT OF HER $25M DOLLAR WILL! pic.twitter.com/0bmuBE06FG
— Brian Hudson (@BrianHu90135963) August 2, 2022
Naomi Judd’s net worth
Naomi Judd rose to prominence after co-founding the musical duet The Judds with her oldest daughter Wynonna. It went on to become a popular country music act, winning five Grammy Accolades as well as nine Country Music Association awards. Judd’s net worth is estimated to be approximately $25 million by CelebrityNetWorth. Although data on her assets are not public, her work as a composer, actor, producer, singer, and author garnered her a lot of money.
The Judds joined RCA Nashville in 1983 and recorded six studio albums until their breakup in 1991. Their tracks topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts before disbanding in 1991 due to Naomi’s Hepatitis C diagnosis. Wynonna and Naomi subsequently concentrated on their separate careers. Naomi also received the American Academy of Achievement’s Golden Plate Award in 1993, and she participated in the 1999 Christmas romantic drama film Holiday Romance. The Judds reformed in 1999 for a New Year’s Eve show in Phoenix, and again in 2000 for their Power to Change tour. Naomi was also a judge on the new Star Search television program.
In 2005, Judd launched Naomi’s New Morning, a new morning conversation program on Hallmark Channel. Naomi’s Guide to Aging Gratefully: Facts, Myths, and Good News for Boomers is one of her self-help books. In 2008, she served as a judge and coach on the reality show Can You Duet? She went on to star in two more films, The Killing Game and An Evergreen Christmas.
Naomi appeared in the inaugural season of the reality culinary program My Kitchen Rules in 2017 and will be honored for her achievements in Brazil in 2021. She and her daughter Wynonna were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame as well. Naomi Judd, on the other hand, died a day before the duo’s induction.