Glen Campbell’s Widow Seeking Reimbursement For His Alzheimer’s Care

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March 13, 2018 | 12:11pm EST

Glen Campbell’s widow has filed a claim with his estate seeking the reimbursement of $506,000 spent on care during his battle with Alzheimer’s disease.
Kim Campbell nursed her country star husband through the illness, which impairs memory and brain function, until his death at the age of 81 last year.
According to documents obtained by The Tennessean newspaper, she has filed a claim at Davidson Probate Court in Nashville, Tennessee, requesting $506,380 from his estate to cover funds spent on assisted living care and related costs during his six-year battle with the brain disease.
Although Kim is the executor of her late husband’s estimated $50 million fortune, Glen’s will is currently being contested by three of his eight children, all of whom have been excluded from benefiting from their father’s estate.
The Rhinestone Cowboy singer’s wife of 34 years has also reportedly filed a claim for $14,246 to recover an insurance payment covering water damage to a property in Agoura Hills, California, that she claims was wrongly paid to the estate rather than a family trust. The house, which has a recording studio, has been placed on the market for around $1 million .
Due to his deteriorating mental faculties, Glen was placed in a conservatorship in 2015.
His daughter Kelli and sons William Travis and Wesley Kane, from his second marriage to Billie Jean Nunley, have been excluded from benefiting from his fortune but are challenging the document.
Court records show Glen drafted a different version of his last wishes in 2002, so the excluded children are seeking to establish whether or not their father’s mental capacity was diminished when he had the 2006 will drafted. He was formally diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2011.