Kanye West is getting his late mother's affairs in order.
Six months after the sudden death of Donda West, a California judge today signed off on the rapper's request to assume control of her estate.
In court documents filed April 18 in Los Angeles Superior Court and obtained by E! News, the rapper requested that he and business manager Shawn Gee be designated coexecutors of Donda's assets, valued at $150,000.
The elder West died without having a will. Per state law, her son was named her sole heir.
Meanwhile, California lawmakers are considering new regulations in the wake of Donda West's death to protect patients from potentially dangerous nip/tuck procedures.