Angel agreed to let a third party be the administrator over her late brother’s estate.
She had previously filed for a motion to be the estate’s administrator, naming her nephew as a beneficiary.
A judge granted her new plea to make a financial consultant on Wednesday, January 25.
The late singer’s estate was sued by a biohazard cleanup company for owing them for work done last year.
The company did work in a master bathroom, three bedrooms, and a closet, costing $33,598.70.
If Aaron’s family wants to sell the house, they have to settle his debt to the company first.
The estate was hit by a lawsuit from Wells Fargo Bank..
The financial institution claimed that the singer owed them thousands of dollars before his death.
His family is waiting for a judge’s ruling over the case.