Mac Miller left a will behind, but who will his estate go to?
Rapper Mac Miller's Sept. 27 death by accidental overdose was confirmed by his final autopsy report, published Nov. 5.
Although Mac Miller died unexpectedly of a suspected overdose a week ago at the young age of 26, he left a will behind.
The will, filed in 2013, reveals his estate will be handled by a "friend," lawyer David Byrnes. If Byrnes fails to act as the will's representative, the late rapper appointed his brother, Miller McCormick, to take his place.
Miller also set up a trust titled the "Malcolm McCormick Revocable Trust." Members of this trust will have access to his residuary estate, but it is unclear who is labeled as a trustee.
It is also unclear how much Miller's estate is worth.
Although an overdose is suspected in his death on September 7, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner's Office is waiting for toxicology reports before they rule conclusively that drugs were involved, spokeswoman Sarah Ardalani told USA TODAY Monday.
USA TODAY reached out to Miller's rep for comment.