When there's a will, there's a way.
A fight for a portion of Naomi Judd's fortune is likely to begin.
Shortly after Naomi took her own life on April 30, reports indicated the country music legend left daughters Wynonna and Ashley completely out of her will. MailOnline claimed Wynonna is particularly upset about the snubbing, believing she's entitled to at least some of the $25 million fortune.
"With Wynonna, her mother leaving all of her wealth to Larry sticks in her craw," a source told the British tabloid. "Her feeling is Naomi built her fortune at least partially on the back of Wynonna's own hard work.
Wynonna plans to contest the will, the report said.
"She was the one who was the lead singer of The Judds dating back to the 1980s and took Naomi from working as a nurse to being a star," the source continued. "It was Wynonna's amazing voice that pushed them over the top."
While Wynonna is reportedly willing to take the matter to the courts, Ashley has accepted her late mom's decision.
"Ashley Judd has no problem with her late mother Naomi leaving her entire $25 million fortune to her second husband Larry Strickland," the source told Daily Mail. "With Ashley it's never really been about the money."
Naomi's will requested that husband Larry Strickland have "full authority and discretion" over any property that is an asset to her estate "without the approval of any court" or permission from any beneficiary of the estate.
Legal experts believe Naomi deliberately left the girls out of the will.
"It is common to name the spouse as the executor of a will," said attorney Holly Davis, "but leaving out her daughters seems pointed, like a purposeful act on Naomi's part."