The death of Pele, which occurred on Thursday, December 29 at the Albert Einstein Hospital in São Paulo (Brazil), saddened the entire world. Although it has only been a week since the game of the king of footballmany are curious to know who their heirs will be.
Edson Arantes do Nascimentobetter known as Pelé, He has a net worth of around $100 million.according to the estimates of the Celebrity Net Worth portal, a medium specialized in calculating the fortunes of celebrities.
the fortune he made Pele It doesn’t just come from soccer, it also has to do with your brand and personal image. The footballer was a visionary person who invested his money in other businesses, for example in real estate. So who will be his heirs? Here we tell you.
WHO ARE THE HEIRS OF PELÉ?
According to article 1,845 of the Brazilian Civil Code, the order of law in a person’s inheritance corresponds to: widows or widowers, sons and daughters, and parents.
This means that Pelé’s fortune will be divided between his last wife, Marcia Cibele Aoki, his legally recognized children and his mother, Celeste Arantes.
It should be noted that the Brazilian soccer player had three wives, but he only had children with two of them. His first marriage was to Rosemeri Cholbi in 1966, when he was just 26 years old. He with her he had three of her children, Kelly Cristina, Edson and Jennifer.
Pelé married for the second time with Assiria Seixas Lemos, with whom he had his twin children Celeste and Joshua. The soccer player’s third marriage was with Marcia Aoki, with whom he had no children.
According to eldiariony.com, Pelé had two other children in extramarital relations. Their names are Sandra Mancebo and Flavia. They, not being recognized before the law, will not receive anything from the soccer player.
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WHO WAS DONDINHO, PELÉ’S FATHER?
João Ramos do Nascimento, called Dondinho, was a Brazilian footballer. He is known for being Pele’s father and mentor.
He was born on October 2, 1917 in Campos Gerais, Minas Gerais, Brazil. During the 1940s, the athlete played in different minor clubs in Brazil, but he had the opportunity to play for Atlético Mineiro for two seasons. MORE DETAILS HERE