Attorney Londell McMillan, representing Michael Jackson's mother Katherine, is likely to ask for a postponement in a hearing regarding the Thriller singer's will in a downtown Los Angeles court Monday.
McMillan is expected to request a delay until after the Tuesday memorial service for the Bad singer at Staples Center, according to FOX News.
Jackson's family is also concerned that the late entertainer's will, written seven years ago, might have been replaced by a newer one that has not yet been found. The co-executors named in the 2002 will, John Branca and John McClain, are anticipated to request temporary control of the estate until the will is formally presented in court.
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Last week, McMillan was able to wrestle temporary control of Jackson’s estate to his mother, though the order expires Monday.
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