Prince's Lawyers Have His DNA In Case Any 'Parentage Issues' Come Up
Prince doesn't have any known living children, but there are a few potential heirs.By Ben Lawson | May 7, 2016
Prince's lawyers will be given a sample of his blood from the coroner in case any paternity issues arise within his estate.
No will has been found for the musician, who died last month, and his only known child died in 1996. That means there are several potential heirs to his estate, including one full sibling and at least five half siblings.
An exact value hasn't been determined, but rights to his music catalog alone are estimated to be worth $500 million.