This is how the inheritance of Diego Armando Maradona will be shared

On November 25, 2020, the world of football was shocked by the news of the death of Diego Armando Maradona.

The legendary footballer lost his life after suffering a cardiorespiratory attack in his native Argentina.

This is how Diego Maradona’s inheritance will be shared

Since that moment, a series of problems have arisen, among which the distribution of the monetary inheritance of the “Pelusa” stands out.

The five children of the former soccer player are the only beneficiaries of the fortune left by the Argentine star.

Mauricio D’Alessandro, the family’s lawyer, commented that the first thing to be distributed will be the money, which is deposited in different bank accounts in different countries such as Mexico, Switzerland and Dubai.

In addition, the material Viennese will be divided into equal parts, so that none of the first-born of the South American is left unprotected.

“The money is available in accounts in Switzerland, Dubai and Mexico, ready to be withdrawn. That quickly has 90 days to obtain the declaration of heirs and formally say who are those who inherit and succeed Diego. They have to live their whole lives each without working, ”explained Mauricio.

The heirs will be the children recognized by Maradona; Dalma, Gianinna, Diego Jr., Jana and Diego Fernando.

The monetary amount amounts to more than 75 million dollars, which will have to be divided into five equal amounts.

In addition, Diego had several properties, including a house in Buenos Aires, another in Havana, Cuba, as well as an apartment in Puerto Madero.

The Argentine legend even had a collection of watches, among which is an exclusive one made of diamonds, a gift he received when he was a strategist in the United Arab Emirates.

In addition to all this, the “Pelusa” owned six cars, including two luxury cars that he had in Dubai, a Rolls Royce Ghost, valued at more than 350 thousand dollars and a BMW i8, with an approximate value at 180 thousand.

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