Singleton, the first African-American man to be nominated for a Best Directing Oscar, died on Monday after being taken off of life support following a stroke. He was 51.
Several outlets have since reported that the director was worth around $35 million before he died.
Singleton suffered a “major stroke” after arriving back in the U.S. from a trip to Costa Rica. His mother, Shelia Ward, filed an application to establish a temporary conservatorship for his estate in April.
Singleton’s reported $35 million estate has caused conflict between his surviving family members.