WHY LARRY KING’S WIFE COULD HAVE A CHANCE TO CLAIM HER STAKE IN HIS ESTATE

Time to break down some celebrity wills!

The late Larry King left this world with a poorly handwritten codicil to his will making it complicated for his wife Shawn King (who he was divorcing at the time) to get what she claims to be her fair share of his estate.

Attorney Danielle Mayoras appeared on ALL ACCESS to say that while handwritten wills and codicils are not uncommon, Shawn King might have a fighting chance to claim her stake.

Danielle and Andy Mayoras are co-authors of Trial & Heirs: Famous Fortune Fights!, television hosts and keynote speakers.

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    MEET DANIELLE

    Danielle Mayoras is an on-camera legal expert, attorney, author, and keynote speaker. As a respected media source, she has lent her expertise and analysis to hundreds of media sources, including The Associated Press, Los Angeles Times, ABC News, The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, People, Forbes, Kiplinger, The Washington Post, Huffington Post, among many others. She has appeared on Access Hollywood, the Rachael Ray Show, The Insider, CNN, CNN International, NBC Nightly News, Forbes, The Hallmark Channel, ABC’s Live Well Network, FOX, PBS, and NBC affiliates. Danielle also serves as a legal analyst for CBS News Detroit.

    In addition to co-authoring the best-selling book Trial & Heirs: Famous Fortune Fights!, Danielle has been a contributor to Forbes and other outlets. Danielle has also appeared as a TV host and legal expert on multiple celebrity documentary series on the REELZ network. When not doing media, Danielle helps clients in her thriving law firm practice and serves as a keynote speaker delighting audiences across the country.