Conrad Bain Dies at 89

Conrad Bain, the easygoing TV star who played the Park Avenue father on the 1978-85 sitcom Diff’rent Strokes, died in his hometown of Livermore, Calif., on Monday. He was 89.

His daughter, Jennifer Bain, confirmed his death to PEOPLE, and said her father died of natural causes.

“He’d been unconscious for a couple of days, but he was comfortable and it was very peaceful,” she said of her dad, who also played the argumentative neighbor on the 1972-78 hit show Maude.

Gary Coleman Sought Restraining Order Against Ex-Wife

A previously sealed court document reveals the stormy on-again, off-again relationship between Gary Coleman and his ex-wife Shannon Price.

Just three months before he died, Coleman, 42, sought a restraining order against Price, 24, in a Utah court, alleging she was trespassing in his Santaquin home while he was hospitalized following a heart surgery.

Two Women Fighting Over Gary Coleman's Ashes and Estate

With two former loves now claiming to be the rightful heirs to Gary Coleman’s estate – his ex-wife Shannon Price in one corner, and ex-girlfriend Anna Gray in the other – it may be months before the actor’s soon-to-be cremated remains have a final home.

Gray, of Portland, Ore., is the latest claimant, having filed a 2005 will last Friday in a Utah court stating Coleman left Gray the bulk of his estate and requesting that his extensive model train collection go to hobby shops in California.

Gary Coleman Wanted to Leave Toy Trains to Ex-Wife

Gary Coleman and Shannon Price had only been married a week when he signed everything over to her in the event of his death, according to a new will Price filed Thursday in a Utah court.

In making Price, 24, the sole heir to his estate, Coleman added cryptically in the handwritten document dated Sept. 4, 2007: “This I have done because of my own personal selfishness and weakness and I love her with all my heart.”

Gary Coleman Leaves Bittersweet Instructions for Funeral

So often surrounded by Hollywood users and hangers-on during his career, Gary Coleman made it clear he wanted to have nothing to do with them after he died.

His two-page will, filed Tuesday in a Provo, Utah, court, requests that his remains be cremated, then spells out who would be – and not be – welcome at his wake.

The actor wanted only “those who have no financial ties to me and who can look each other in the eyes and say they really cared personally for Gary Coleman,” according to the will.

Gary Coleman's Parents: We Want to Bring Our Son Home

Gary Coleman’s parents Sue and W.G. “Willie” Coleman aren’t looking for a legal battle, their lawyer says, but they do want a say in the handling of their son’s remains.

“The Colemans don’t want to fight with anyone,” their Utah-based attorney Frederick Jackman said in a statement Thursday. “They just want to bring their son home.”

It remains to be seen who has legal authority over Coleman’s body and his estate following the revelation Wednesday that the actor, 42, and Shannon Price, 24, had in fact divorced in 2008.

Gary Coleman's Ex-Wife Explains Why She Took Him Off Life Support

Shannon Price says Gary Coleman couldn’t be saved after suffering a brain hemorrhage last week and she didn’t want him left in a vegetative state, she explains in a video interview released Thursday.

Lawyer: Gary Coleman Was Divorced When He Died

Shannon Price portrayed herself to emergency crews and hospital staff as Gary Coleman’s wife, but his former lawyer now says the pair weren’t legally married at the time of the actor’s death.

“I can confirm they’ve been divorced since August 12, 2008,” attorney Randy Kester, who handled the divorce, tells PEOPLE. “At the time of Gary’s death, they were not married. I have no knowledge if they were ever remarried.”

Gary Coleman's Wife Resisted Giving Him Emergency Aid

Gary Coleman’s panicked wife initially balked at helping him after he suffered an apparent head injury that left him bloodied, according her 911 call.

Shannon Price, 24, tells the operator that Coleman was stricken while preparing her something to eat the evening of May 26 downstairs in their Santaquin, Utah, home.

“He just got home, I heard this big bang, I went downstairs. Blood everywhere,” she says. “I don’t know if he’s okay. I’m not down there right now because I have seizures, if I get stressed out I’m going to seize.”

Inside Gary Coleman's Tragic Life and Sudden Death

Gary Coleman never had an easy road.

Adopted at just one day old and diagnosed with an atrophied kidney as a toddler, the 4’8” Diff’rent Strokes star – who died at age 42 on May 28 after suffering a brain hemorrhage – constantly struggled to make peace with his faded fame, his failing health and his family pain, friends tell PEOPLE in this week s cover story.