Over a year after his tragic death, the family of Paul Walker are planning to achieve some solace in seeking almost $2 million from the family of Roger Rodas, the driver of the car that crashed and killed both himself as well as the Hollywood star.

Paul Walker
Walker died in a car crash in November 2013 

Walker's father, Paul Walker III, who is acting is the executor of his late son's estate, has reportedly filed a claim for $1.8 million against the estate of Rodas for wrongfully keeping Walker's exotic car collection, TMZ reported.

The 'Fast & Furious' star was killed in a car crash when visiting a charity event in Valencia, California, this past November (2013). He was a passenger in a Porsche GT when it crashed after Rodas lost control and collided with a post and tree which caused the car to burst into flames. His autopsy report determined the cause of death was from "combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries."

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In the legal documents, the father of the late actor is claiming that Rodas' family "is in possession of numerous automobiles and other motor vehicles that are either wholly or partially owned" by his deceased son.

The gossip site also reports the family of Rodas have already rejected Walker III's claim, so it looks like this dispute will have to be settled inside a courtroom.

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On the one-year anniversary of the 40-year-old actor's death, his father told E!News, "I feel his presence every day, I miss talking to him a great deal. He had a good heart." Paul left behind a teenage daughter, Meadow.