The court battle between the estates of Anna Nicole Smith and her late husband, J. Howard Marshall II, seems to have finally come to a conclusion after nearly a decade of back-and-forth.
U.S. District Judge David O. Carter ruled last week that the estate of Anna Nicole Smith was owed $49 million from Marshall, who was a wealthy oil tycoon. That means that Smith's daughter, 6-year-old Dannielynn, could inherit the entire fortune, since Smith died in 2007.
The entire amount has not yet been finalized, with a court hearing set for August 13.
Dannielynn is being raised by her father, Larry Birkhead, and has already started following in her mother's footsteps. Last year, she began modeling for Guess, the clothing brand that catapulted her mother to fame in the '90s.
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