Lawyers for both Katherine Jackson and Michael Jackson’s estate headed to court Thursday morning seeking temporary financial allowances.
The reason? Katherine says she needs money for herself and the kids, and she needs it now.
In a declaration, lawyers for the estate said Michael’s mom was financially dependent on her pop star son and, with the exception of “modest social security benefits,” has no current source of income. Michael’s three children, Prince Michael II, Paris and Blanket are living with their grandmother.
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A source tells RadarOnline exclusively that the court did not rule on Katherine’s request, which asks for an allowance for her and a separate one for the kids.
“There was no objection by Mrs. Jackson’s attorneys. The court on it’s own continued the matter to August 3,” said the source.