David Hallyday has made it known, Friday, July 31, by way of his lawyer Pierre-Jean Douvier, that he was opting out of the estate of his father, Johnny Hallyday. "We désistons of any judicial proceeding ", has also informed his lawyer. "The goal is to protect his three sisters is achieved, and we look forward to it. David does not receive anything, be it patrimonialement or financially and asks for nothing. It has not received the symbolic objects in general, " he said. "Now the page is turned, and David looks to the future with the return of serenity ", according to Pierre-Jean Douvier
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in Mid-July, Laeticia Hallyday said in Paris Match that the legacy of the rock star, who died in December 2017, was " heritage, little cash and a lot of debts ". The lawyer of Laeticia Hallyday was announced on July 3, the conclusion of a "final agreement" between the widow of Johnny and Laura Smet, who was the first case to the courts to challenge the will of his father written in the United States. This agreement, the details of which had not been disclosed, has put an end to more than two years of proceedings before the courts.