Legal troubles continue after Kristoff St. John’s passing.
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To grant clarity in the affair, Los Angeles Superior Court judge Deborah Christian granted co-administrative powers to both Kristoff’s father and daughter. The latter was for the purpose of selling a condo previously owned and lived in by the deceased. The temporary powers were considered effective until July 22nd and set in motion despite the competing petitions for ownership placed forth by both parties.
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Paris St. John, the actor’s mother, now states Kristoff did not live in the condo at all. On the contrary, she claims the daytime series star resided in a separate rental property while she lived in the mentioned condominium. Now Judge Christian fully intends to delve in the St. John’s matter which includes the condo, the competing petitions as well as the validity of a newly found handwritten will reported to be penned by Kristoff back in 2017.
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