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David Cassidy's Family Refuse To Pay His Legal Bills

Jan. 14 2018, Updated 10:01 p.m. ET

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David Cassidy's family are refusing to pay multiple lawyers for unpaid legal bills.

On December 22, the late singer's estate filed docs in Florida objecting to the creditors claim filed by law firm Rodier & Rodier.

The firm claims Cassidy owed them $102,834 at the time of his death.

The legal firm sued Cassidy back in 2013 but he filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2015, which put the pending lawsuit on hold.

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His bankruptcy was dismissed but his debt was not fully discharged.

To make matters worst another lawyer Damaso Saavedra filed a claim against the estate for unpaid legal work in the amount of $19,006.02.

But representative of Cassidy's estate filed docs objecting to both Rodier & Rodier and Saavedra's claims. They are refusing to pay the creditors and giving them 30 days to file an action against the estate.

After his death in November 2017, aged 67, the singer's Will revealed his estate only had an estimated $150,000 in assets.

These were to be left to his son Beau.

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