Ivan Ivanovich feels that he is no longer young, and therefore worries that children and wives will squabble over inheritance. In this regard, the artist decided to draw up a will and indicate in it all those who are dear to him. He hired a lawyer and is already working on the document. By the way, there is already a dispute over one property of the 90-year-old star. An unfinished dacha in his native village of Vartemyagi near St. Petersburg is of interest not only to the heirs, but also to the actor’s art director – Vyacheslav Smorodinov.
“I’m tired of participating in the debate over real estate. Now any disputes that arise in my family will be resolved by a reliable lawyer. I completely trust Alexey. We saw each other and discussed everything in detail, ”said Krasko.
According to him, he is no longer able to complete the construction of the house, so he asks Smorodinov for help. “The contract of rent will oblige him to a lot. All this time Slavonka really helped me absolutely disinterestedly. But I don’t want to be in the place of Lesha Batalov, for whose property there is still a struggle, ”says the elderly artist.
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The history of the legacy of the Soviet star still arouses indignation among many fans of his work. Looking at how his family divided his property, Krasko decided to play it safe in advance. “I want to solve everything in the legal field during my lifetime so that my sons would not endure either shame in the courts or financial difficulties,” the master admitted.
Recently they wrote that Ivan Ivanovich had a new love. True, the woman has already stated that she does not need anything from Krasko. But ex-wife Natalya Vyal is thinking about the star’s inheritance. She asked Ivan Ivanovich to rewrite the house to her and her sons. “My little girl, Natulya, I am ready to conclude an annuity agreement with you too. After all, today you left me with your sons, rented an apartment, became independent once again, ”adds the artist.
By the way, the lawyer will solve not only real estate issues, but also intellectual rights, because Krasko is the author of several books. “Ivan Ivanovich wants his relatives not to argue for royalties in the future, therefore, in a separate will, he will determine his heirs to his intellectual property,” the lawyer said.
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