Boxing promoter’s estate facing legal disputes

Posted on October 5th, 2012 No Comments

The estate of late boxing promoter Butch Lewis is facing trouble from creditors and a woman who gave birth to his child nine months after his death.

The mother is demanding their child be declared a beneficiary of the estate and is asking for payments of $3,250 per month while the case is worked out.

Lewis, who represented brothers Leon and Michael Spinks, died at 65 of natural causes. His estate attorneys claim that no beneficiaries can receive payments until the estate’s creditors, which include Michael Spinks, are paid in full.

It is important to have your estate in line prior to your death in order to prevent any potential confusion that might arise after your death. If you need help arranging your estate, contact the Houston estate planning attorneys of Garg & Associates, P.C., at 281-362-2865.

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