Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Jaskson's Mom Loses Control of Estate

On the eve of his memorial service, control of Michael Jackson's estate slipped out of his mother's hands. A Los Angeles judge ruled Monday that Jackson's 2002 will -- naming attorney John Branca and music executive John McClain as executors -- is valid.

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Jackson's mom loses control of estate

More information:
A judge said that Michael Jackson's longtime attorney and a family friend should take over the pop singer's estate for now, rejecting a request from his mother, Katherine Jackson, to be put in charge or share control.
Mother loses control of Michael Jackson's estate as fans trickle into LA for star-studded memorial

An army of lawyers appeared during the first major probate hearing involving Michael Jackson's estate on Monday, as everyone with a potential stake in Jackson's assets is now being represented by an attorney.
Lawyers Abound at Probate Hearing on Michael Jackson's Estate

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: When the dust settles, there could be so much money, hundreds of millions of dollars if the right people and handle Michael Jackson's estate the right way.
Inside the Battle Over Michael Jackson's Estate


Anonymous said...

Too danged bad. There will be many more wills showing up, I'm sure. Meanwhile, Jackson's Mom remains on a roller coaster.

Anonymous said...

What a crying shame!