Attorneys Will Represent McNair's Older Sons' Interests
Steve McNair (AP Photo/FILE)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Attorneys for two of Steve McNair's children filed court documents on Tuesday giving notice that they would be representing the interests of the boys in their late father's estate.
John Hicks and Carolyn Schott of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell and Berkowitz will be representing Steven L. McNair Jr. and Steven O'Bryan K. McNair, children of the Tennessee Titans quarterback by relationships prior to his marriage to Mechelle McNair.
Mechelle McNair and her two sons with Steve McNair are represented by Denty Cheatham and Rose Palermo of Cheatham, Palermo and Garrett.
Steve McNair died in July when his mistress shot him four times before killing herself. He did not leave a will. His estate is estimated to be worth about $19.6 million, according to court filings.
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