Ashley and Wynonna Judd weren't named in Naomi Judd's will.

One of the Half of the Judds family has a long history of acting in both films and television programmes.

The country singer left her two daughters out of her will, which is estimated to be worth $25 million.

What is known about this performer and the person chosen to be the estate's executor is listed here.

In around five years after preparing her will, Naomi Judd, who was 76 years old, committed suicide.

One day before she was scheduled to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, the artist passed away on April 30. 

 The honour was accepted on her behalf by Ashley and Wynonna.

The sisters posted a statement to Instagram that, "Today, we sisters faced a tragedy." "Mental illness took the life of our lovely mother.

We are broken. We are enduring terrible loss, but we are aware that her fans really loved her.

Larry Strickland was chosen to be the executor of the late country singer's estate, according to a copy of the will and testament that NBC News was able to get. Ashley and Wynonna's names were notably missing from Judd's will. The sister didn't say anything about being excluded.

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