A family legal battle is Underway for Control of Anne Heche's Estate

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Tupper's objection indicates that he is the proper executor of Heche's estate with evidence of the emailed will

Limited IAEA authority would allow Laffoon to only make court-approved decisions regarding Heche's estate.

Heche's email to her Attorneys at the time Added that the Message should "go into my records as my word until further papers are drawn up."

Laffoon filed a response to Tupper's objection Sept. 27 and refuted the email in Tupper's objection

Details of Heche's estate are unknown, but documents point to the actress' forthcoming memoir "Call Me Anne" for increased interest in the estate.