Riley Keough named sole inheritor of mother Lisa Marie Presley’s property, new proprietor of Graceland

Graceland has a brand new proprietor.

Riley Keough was named sole trustee of her late mom Lisa Marie Presley’s property and granted possession of the enduring Memphis mansion that when belonged to her grandfather and legendary crooner, Elvis Presley.

Keough’s settlement, filed in June, was formally authorised Los Angeles Superior Court docket following a bitter authorized battle along with her grandmother Priscilla Presley, Deadline reported Friday.

The outlet provides that Priscilla has been allowed to be buried subsequent to Elvis in Graceland’s Meditation Backyard — a request she made in Could however was initially denied.

The “Daisy Jones & The Six” star, 34, is the one surviving grandchild of the late “Suspicious Minds” hitmaker, who died in 1977.

Keough will now oversee the sub-trusts of her 14-year-old half-sisters Finley and Harper Lockwood, Lisa Marie’s twin daughters from her marriage to Michael Lockwood.


Keough was named sole trustee of her late mother Lisa Marie Presley's estate and granted ownership of the iconic Memphis mansion that once belonged to her grandfather and legendary crooner, Elvis Presley.
Keough was granted possession of the enduring Memphis mansion that when belonged to her grandfather and legendary crooner, Elvis Presley.
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Riley Keough and Lisa Marie Presley
Keough’s mom Lisa Marie died on Jan. 12 on the age of 54.
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The "Blue Suede Shoes" crooner purchased the sprawling Memphis estate in 1957.
The “Blue Suede Footwear” crooner bought the sprawling Memphis property in 1957.
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“The settlement is in one of the best pursuits of minors Harper Lockwood and Finley Lockwood, and ensure that Michael Lockwood’s signature on their behalf, as Guardian Advert Litem, is legitimate and binding,” Los Angeles Superior Court docket Decide Lynn Healey Scaduto wrote.

Priscilla can be a particular adviser to the belief and obtain a month-to-month stipend for her function.

Riley reportedly agreed to pay Priscilla, 78, over $1 million with a purpose to turn into the only trustee of her mom’s property, in extra to $400,000 to cowl authorized charges.

Keogh and her grandmother have been wrapped up in a extremely publicized authorized battle over the late singer’s belief since January after Priscilla contested her daughter’s will, claiming that there have been errors in its “authenticity and validity.”


Priscilla Presley and Riley Keough
The pair settled their authorized dispute in June.
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Priscilla has been allowed to be buried next to Elvis in Graceland's Meditation Garden.
Priscilla has been allowed to be buried subsequent to Elvis in Graceland’s Meditation Backyard.
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The pair settled their authorized dispute in June.

Priscilla, who was married to the “Blue Suede Footwear” crooner from 1967 till 1973, shared how happy she was with the best way their authorized points have been resolved, noting that her late husband can be completely satisfied.


Priscilla was married to the legendary singer from 1967 until 1973.
Priscilla was married to the legendary singer from 1967 till 1973.
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Priscilla's late daughter was laid to rest in Graceland in January.
Priscilla’s late daughter was laid to relaxation in Graceland in January.
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“My daughter’s passing was each devastating and heartbreaking,” Priscilla reportedly wrote in a declaration filed in June.

“Now we have discovered that the followers understand that we’re ‘Only a Household.’ Elvis can be proud and his and Lisa’s needs are what are most necessary to all of us.”

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Lisa Marie died on Jan. 12 on the age of 54 after going into cardiac arrest.

Later that month, she was laid to relaxation in a backyard at Graceland beside her beloved late son Benjamin Keough, who died by suicide on the age of 27 in 2020.

Elvis — in addition to his mother and father, Vernon and Gladys Presley — are additionally buried within the backyard of the Tenn., property.