Michael Jackson's family is holding a private meeting to sort out funeral details and discuss Michael's final will, a source close to the family tells RadarOnline.com exclusively. Family members have been coming in and out of their parents home in Encino, Ca home just outside of Los Angeles throughout the weekend. Click here to see photos of Jackson Family members this weekend.
On Saturday, the cardiologist who was with Jackson during his final moments sat down with investigators for three hours. His spokeswoman said he is not a suspect in the death.
Dr. Conrad Murray "helped identify the circumstances around the death of the pop icon and clarified some inconsistencies," spokeswoman Miranda Sevcik said. She said the doctor remains "a witness to this tragedy."
Los Angeles Police confirmed to RadarOnline.com they had interviewed Murray and said he was cooperative.
Meanwhile, the Associated Press reports Jackson's mother selected a lawyer who represented Jackson last year in a breach-of-contract suit
and has advised other high-profile clients to help the family.
Los Angeles County medical examiners completed their autopsy Friday and said Jackson had taken prescription medication. RadarOnline.com has learned a 2nd autopsy was conducted Saturday by a pathologist hired by the Jackson family.
Medical officials also said there was no indication of trauma or foul play. An official cause of death could take weeks to determine.
It remains unclear whom Jackson designated as potential guardians for his children. Those details, likely contained in the 50-year-old
singer's will, have not been released.
A White House adviser said on NBC's "Meet the Press" that President Barack Obama had written to the Jackson family to express his