The details of John’s will were kept under wraps for a long time, until his first son, Julian Lennon, revealed there had been some tension.
In an interview with the Telegraph in May 1998, Julian spoke about the pain he felt of being excluded from his father’s will, while his half-brother Sean is reported to be the main inheritor of the fortune.
In the article, it is revealed that Julian was to receive £2,400 a year in maintenance from the divorce settlement between John and Julian’s mother, Cynthia.
As well as this, there was a £50,000 trust fund which was inherited by Julian when he was 25 years old.
However, given John’s net worth was expected to be in the region of £220 million back in 1998, and is now closer to £612.3 million (around $800 million), the amount left for Sean and Yoko is pretty massive.