Having a will in order is an important preparation to undergo no matter your age or the condition of your health. This ensures that your wishes are carried out after you are gone. Unfortunately, there are often cases in which someone will try and pursue legal action to get what they believe is theirs. Such is the case with Tyler Pride.
Pride claims to be the son of country singer Charley Pride as a result of an extra-marital affair. After Covid took the life of Charley Pride, his wife was named executor of his will. In this will, three children are named, but Tyler Pride is not among them. He is currently in the process of contesting the will to get what he believes is rightfully his. Find more about this story in this Wide Open Country article.
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