<modsnip - rude comment> Barry had wills, Honey didn't. The key point here is that the family wants to use Barry's will. It leaves everything to them, divided equally. However, If there is evidence to show that Barry died first, Everything would go to Honey, and then it would be up to the courts to decide who gets what and when. This opens the door up to anyone who feels they might have a claim to part of the estate. Bottom line is that there is obviously information in that document, probably suggesting that Honey died up to six hours before Barry. Information the family doesn't want to make public, yet they need to put in front of the court in order to get the judgement they want in the will situation. Sometimes I think people are blind. The family and police have continually refused to release even the simplest facts regarding this case. The reason? Likely the facts paint a very clear picture of what happened that night.