Last week, I wrote about some of the potential medical malpractice issues that Michael Jackson's death might raise. This week, the legal issues associated with Jackson's recently released will are driving the discussion.
The New York Times summarizes the provisions of Jackson's five-page will, dated July 7, 2002. The document gives the estate to the Michael Jackson Family Trust Fund and names his mother, Katherine Jackson, as legal guardian of his children, with Diana Ross serving as backup if Jackson's mother predeceased him.
Though Jackson provided for his children, he also stated that he intentionally omitted to provide for Deborah Jean Rowe Jackson, the mother of his two oldest children. The will also granted John Branca, an entertainment lawyer, and John McClain, a music executive and longtime friend, full power over Jackson's financial matters.
So what are some of the potential will disputes so far? For starters... [MORE]Sphere: Related Content
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on July 2, 2009
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