The heirs of Prince and the firm administering his estate are in court Wednesday battling over fees and potential deals for Prince's work.
Saturday marks the second anniversary of the musician's death. Some of his family members have accused the firm appointed to handle Prince's estate of running up unnecessary legal and administrative fees.
The dispute even includes allegations that one of Dallas-based Comerica's staff assaulted one of Prince's half-sisters.
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Attorney Sam Johnson, represents Sharon, Norrine and John Nelson. He told Carver County Judge Kevin Eide that his clients fear there may be nothing left for the heirs if the costs continue.
Comerica defends the fees, saying the firm's work will ultimately make money for the estate, and that an effort to remove Comerica is helping drive up the costs.
Attorneys are also arguing about a settlement, possibly related to a lawsuit against Jay Z's Roc Nation, and an unidentified music transaction that the family opposes.