The Will 3 Seasons 2012

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Season 2
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9. The Estate of Ted Williams TV-PG CC

July 2002, baseball legend Ted Williams dies, his youngest children whisk his body away to be cryogenically preserved, although his will requested cremation. Ted's eldest daughter goes to court to get his body returned, exposing a troubled family history.

Starring:
Matt Langton
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
November 1, 2012

The Estate of Ted Williams

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Matt Langton
Season year 2012
Network Investigation Discovery
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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No dull moments.
M. Champ
I enjoy watching episodes about wills, and have learned a few things about trust and wills, and have gone to a lawyer and and executed my will and trust.
E.W. in Chicago, IL
For young folks who might not care about the past, the issues presented here are like that of ODB's estate.
Jeffery Mingo

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Champ on March 10, 2013
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I thought the episodes were very interesting and my interest continued throughout the video. No dull moments. I got the truth on exactly what happened after Rock Hudson died. There are things you think happened that didn't, while other things happened and are a surprise. Definitely worth watching. I'm going to watch more of The Will - Family Secrets Revealed Episodes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chelsea Girl on February 2, 2013
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This show is very interesting in that it focuses on how the wishes of those who have passed away are rarely followed to the letter despite even the most careful preparation. It also shows how families are torn apart when greed and unfairness motivates people to behave in unscrupulous ways.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Suzanne G. Beyer on December 15, 2011
Art Hadley Estate debacle shown on "The Will" is a story of suspense and drama from start to finish. How an attorney managed to win Hadley's blood line some of his estate that was all about to fall into the hands of two strangers, is brilliant.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeffery Mingo on August 27, 2012
The RnB performer who made "Disco Lady" died in his mid-60s with no will. During his life, he acknowledged six children with four different women. However, after his death, three adults arrive and say they are his children too, thus deserving part of his estate. For young folks who might not care about the past, the issues presented here are like that of ODB's estate. Famous people think they are going to live forever and they sometimes start mess that lingers long after they are gone.

This was my first time watching this show and this episode rocked. People may want to read Laura Love's "You Ain't Got No Easter Clothes." In it, she said she was one of the love children of an RnB artist named Preston Love. This is another example of soul men who go on tour and leave babies all over the place. If you haven't seen the film "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?", I highly recommend it as it deals with many of the themes brought up in this episode.

Personally, I thought some of the "established" children were shady. One brother visits his possible sister at her job in a club. He was upset that she refused to meet with him alone, but I agree with her that he could have done something violent. One established brother drove to a court hearing with a plaintiff and then said to the judge, "Don't reward this guy: my father never called him a son!" I like getting all the money due to me too, but the established children knew their father was a horny toad. They should not have been surprised by this.

The episode suggests that one of the claimant's mothers got pregnant by the musician around 14 years of age. However, the work never asks if the musician was afraid he'd be sued or imprisoned for statutory matters. The main legal decision was supposed to be rendered on Sept.
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I enjoy watching episodes about wills, and have learned a few things about trust and wills, and have gone to a lawyer and and executed my will and trust. Very interesting episodes about real life situations where people are greedy about money and things.
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