Claims for the estate of former Ibedul Yutaka Gibbons have been filed by some of his children contesting the petition by his former wife Maricar Paulino Gibbons and his son Yutaka Gibbons Jr. as petitioners and temporary administrators of the estate. 

The same petition is objected to by Bilung Gloria Salii who claim to be the rightful person to administer and settle the estate of late Ibedul Yutaka Gibbons.

Bilung’s objection to the claim states, “as the sole surviving sister of Yutaka M. Gibbons and the bearer of the title Bilung, the traditional female counterpart of the late Ibedul Yutaka M. Gibbons from Idid clan, she is the rightful person to administer and settle the Estate of the Decedent under the law, including Palauan traditional law and customs of Koror State.”

Additionally, the hamlet of Ngerkebesang has also filed a claim against the estate of late Ibedul Yutaka Gibbons for the amount of $1 million from rental proceeds for Roiskebesang Lease that he kept for himself.

Based on the civil action filed by Yutaka Gibbons Jr. and Maricar Paulino Gibbons to administer the estate of former Ibedul Yutaka Gibbons, the former Ibedul left his entire estate consisting of 37 real properties located in 8 states, shares from 5 corporations, vehicles, boats, 5 bank accounts, leaseholds at Rock Islands (Koror) and Klouklubed (Peleliu) as well as his personal items to his wife Maricar Paulino Gibbons and their 3 daughters.  His other 10 children were not mentioned in the will including Yutaka Gibbons Jr.

Four (4) of his other children have filed their claims to his estate through their attorneys.

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