Last updated: 30.11.2023, 05:03 a.m.
By: Diane Kofer
Schlager star Heino mourns the death of his wife Hannelore, who died unexpectedly at the age of 81. It has clearly regulated how its assets are divided.
Kitzbühel – For Heino (84) it is probably the most difficult time of his life: The pop star has to cope with the loss of his great love Hannelore (†81). He is supported by his manager Helmut Werner (39) and his family, who will not leave him alone after his death. However, the house they share in Kitzbühel is registered to the deceased Hannelore – what will happen to the property and his wife's possessions?
Heino reveals: This is recorded in Hannelore's will
A few days ago, Heino gave the first concert after Hannelore's death in tears – away from the stage he has currently retired to his manager. There are too many memories in the house they share in Kitzbühel, which officially belongs to Hannelore and is worth several million euros. Helmut Werner and his family give the singer strength. "We will all move into our Kitzbühel house together next spring because we have become a grown family. I wouldn't be able to go back into the house on my own, I'd go crazy," Heino reveals in an interview with Bild.
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It is possible for them to move into the house because Hannelore has settled her inheritance in a will. "It was Hannelore's will and is mine that Helmut inherits the house after my death and everything we have worked on together in recent years. That's what we agreed on and that's what Hannelore's will says," says Heino. His wife loved the PR man like a son, the musician emphasizes. He was glad that she had recorded these details while she was still alive.
Gesture of love for farewell
On November 15, 2023, Hannelore was buried in a small circle. Heino continued a tradition at the funeral ceremony. The singer placed 44 roses on the grave of his deceased wife – this gesture has a special background.
Heino clarifies: His biological son does not inherit anything
Heino's son Uwe Kramm (63) and his children are not included in the will. "He doesn't inherit anything from Hannelore, because she wasn't his biological mother. If I leave, he will get his compulsory share and no more," explains the 84-year-old in an interview, who does not have a good relationship with his son.
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The inheritance of Heino's wife Hannelore is regulated in a will. The pop star reveals details. © Imago/ Pop-Eye (photomontage)
"I'm not willing to give Uwe the most beautiful place in Kitzbühel and Hannelore didn't want that either. We both decided that Helmut would get our inheritance," he continues. Helmut Werner himself has also commented: "I would be happier if our Hannelore were still with us, but I am grateful for this trust. We will never leave Heino alone and will always be there for him." As a farewell, Heino shared a touching video of himself and Hannelore. Sources used: bild.de