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#Chadwick Boseman’s Widow and Family Reach Agreement Over Actor’s Estate

“Chadwick Boseman’s Widow and Family Reach Agreement Over Actor’s Estate”

One of the most shocking and heartbreaking deaths of 2020 was that of Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman. Perhaps equally heartbreaking was the revelation that the actor, unbeknownst to many, had been battling colon cancer for years before succumbing to the disease on August 28, 2020. The movie Black Panther had become such a phenomenal hit with a legion of fans eagerly anticipating a sequel. A sequel would eventually be in the works and is scheduled for release later this year, but it will be without its major star. At the time of Boseman’s death, news came to light that he had married Taylor Simone Ledward a few months prior and that he had no will.


Since his passing, Boseman’s widow was placed in charge of handling his financial affairs. RadarOnline has obtained the final report of accounting filed by Ledward. Per court documents, Boseman’s estate took a slight decrease after Ledward paid a $900,000 bond for costs associated with the probate case. Her late husband’s company Chadwick Boseman, Inc., reportedly owed a tax bill worth $51,000, but the estate plans to fight it.

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Family Deals with Aftermath Following Boseman’s Death

In this case, Ledward has asked for reimbursement for funeral expenses including $9,500 for the venue, $10K for the funeral service, $1,275 for flowers, and $7,495 cost for a mausoleum crypt at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Anderson, SC. She also spent $22,000 to purchase mausoleum crypts for Boseman’s parents Leroy and Carolyn to be buried next to him as their final resting place. The court allowed Ledward to be reimbursed $47K of the requested amount. In filed documents, Ledward states the total inventoried value of the estate is $3,881,758.31, an amount that includes several residual checks that have come in since March 2021. Boseman’s estate has pulled in over $230,000 since his death.

The filing states:

“No other assets have come into the hands of [Ledward]. All assets have been inventoried and no additional assets have been received, although [Ledward] continues to receive and deposit residual payments into the estate and/or corporate account.”

Ledward explained there is no real property of the estate, and no real estate tax is due and that all California and federal income taxes have been paid with no tax amounts currently owing from the Decedent and/or his estate.

Hollywood and fans are still reeling from the loss of the talented actor. Movie producer Nate Moore has said the role of T’Challa will not be recast for future movies. An undergraduate scholarship has been funded in Boseman’s name in a partnership between Netflix and Howard University (his alma mater), and the same institution’s College of Fine Arts has been renamed the Chadwick A. Boseman College of Fine Arts.

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