Anne Heche died without a will, son Homer wants control of the estate

Anne Heche’s adult son has requested control of her estate after her untimely death in August.

Homer Laffoon filed paperwork with the Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday asking him to become trustee of the “Six Days Seven Nights” star’s estate for failing to leave a will.

Homer, 20, also wants the court to call him “ad litem guardian” over his 13-year-old brother, Atlas, according to documents obtained by Vidak For Congress. Since Atlas is a minor, Homer asked the court to waive the bail that would be owed.

Notably, Homer noted that the estimated value of the “Volcano” actress’s estate is “unknown,” so the estate will have to undergo forensic accounting.

A hearing is scheduled for October 11 to address the issue.

Heche died on August 12 after plowing her car into a Los Angeles home and sustaining fatal injuries the week before. Prior to her death, Heche was on a ventilator, despite being brain dead, so that One Legacy could determine if she was fit for organization. In the end, her organs were donated.

anne heche selfie with her children homer and atlas at the table
Heche died in August after a fiery car accident.

“We have lost a bright light, a kind and most joyful soul, a loving mother and a faithful friend. Anne will be deeply missed, but she lives on through her beautiful sons, her iconic body of work and her passionate advocacy,” the actress’s representative told us.

“Her courage to always stand in her truth and spread her message of love and acceptance will have a lasting impact.”

After her death, the Los Angeles County coroner’s office listed a sternal rupture from blunt force trauma as a contributing factor to Heche’s death, which was ruled accidental.

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