Widow of Stephen ‘tWitch’ boss Allison got half of his estate

A California court eventually awarded half Stephen “tWitch” Boss‘ succession to his wife, Allison Holker. In February, Allison was forced to ask the court to prove that she was indeed Stephen’s wife.

On December 14, 2022, Allison confirmed that her husband had passed away after taking his own life. Since her passing, she has paid multiple tributes to their three children, Weslie, Maddox and Zaia, assuring them of her love.

Their little family recently celebrated their first Easter since Stephen’s death, and Allison posted some photos. She also shared a moving video thanking all their fans for the “hope and inspiration” they brought.

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Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss’ The estate has been settled

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According to official court documents released by E ! News, a California Superior Court settled the estate of Stephen “tWitch” Boss. The court convened on April 26 and formally awarded Allison Holker, Stephen’s wife, half of his monetary earnings as a producer, choreographer and investor.

The decision comes about four months after Stephen took his own life and left no will, as reported the explosion. In February of this year, Allison formally filed for spousal property in California to prove that she is Stephen’s wife. The couple shared three children, Weslie Fowler, Maddox Laurel Boss and Zaia Boss.

In the motion, Allison’s lawyers wrote that Stephen had “nothing of value” when they got married. They added that the dancer never received “any assets in the form of a gift, will or bequest during the marriage, and all existing assets were acquired during the marriage, through hard work, skill and effort. Parties”.

The half of Stephen’s estate that was granted to Allison includes income from his shares of Stephen Boss Productions, Inc. There is also interest from his investments with Goldman Sachs, royalties from Cast and Crew Production Services, and royalties from Disney.

Allison Holker confirmed Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss died last year

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On December 14, 2022, Allison confirmed in a statement to E ! News that Stephen had died of suicide at age 40. The statement read: ‘It is with the heaviest of hearts that I must share that my husband Stephen has left us. Stephen lit up every room he entered. He valued family, friends and community above all else and leading with love and light was everything to him.

Several celebrities, friends and family members who were close to Stephen have paid tribute to him since his passing. On February 11, there was a celebration of life, during which Weslie, Allison and Ellen DeGeneres gave heartfelt speeches. According People, Allison said, “He was the light. He chose love, grace and kindness. And he deserves to be celebrated.

Allison Holker paid tribute to her three children

The Boss family
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Allison had posted several posts about their family since Stephen’s death, including a tribute to their three children in March. The Instagram post featured a new family photo of Allison smiling happily with their children.

In the post, she wrote, “I will be there for you every step of the way through the ups and downs, ups and downs. I’ll protect and guide, I’ll be a listening ear, a shoulder to cry on, I’ll have mommy jokes ready for when you need a good laugh.

The dancer and actress further noted the strength of their family amid their loss. She said: “My loves, we are stronger than you could ever imagine. And we will stay strong together as a unit and find the courage to support each other. The love and the light within of our hearts will always shine. I love you forever. Mom.”

The family celebrated their first Easter without boss Stephen ‘tWitch’

Allison and her three children also recently celebrated their first Easter since Stephen’s death. On April 9, the “I Dream of Dance” star posted photos of her family on Instagram as the children collected colored eggs for an Easter event. She captioned it “HAPPY EASTER from my babies.”

Allison also shared a moving video expressing her gratitude to their supporters and fans through the tragedy. In the clip, the dancer said: “It’s been very difficult and moving, but you’ve given us so much hope and inspiration by sharing stories, memories and different ways Stephen has impacted your life. .”

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