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10:35 | 29th June 2017

News: UK

Fri 28 May, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Internet entrepreneur Andy will inherit £450,000, plus his partners possessions and half of the rest of Stephen's £519,910, estate.

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Details of Stephen Gately’s £3.3million fortune were made recently public and partner Andrew Cowles has revealed that he will split the money with the singers parents.

Gately, who died in Majorca last October after a heavy night of drinking but died of natural causes, did not have a will prepared at the tender age of 33.

According to the Sun, the Boyzone singer was also reportedly in debt of £2million and therefore leaving only £1.5million to be divvied up between his nearest and dearest.

Partner Andy Cowles, who had a Civil Partnership with Gately, has taken half of the fortune and the other half has gone to Stephens parents Margaret and David.



Internet entrepreneur Andy will inherit £450,000, plus his partners possessions and half of the rest of Stephen's £519,910, estate.

The remaining £519,910 will go to the parents. However none has been given to his sister Michelle and brothers Mark, Alan and Tony.

At the time of his partner’s death Andy, insisted he did not want any of his fortune, then expected to be at £10million, but wanted it to go to charity or Gately’s family.

The Court papers ruled that Andy, 32, was the main benefactor to the stars fortune and they reportedly came to an amicable decision in how to divvy the money between one another.

 

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