Attorney L. Londell McMillan, speaking on behalf of his client Katherine Jackson, said that a forthcoming custody agreement revolving around the late Michael Jackson's three kids Prince Michael, Paris Michael and Prince Michael II, will be swift in the making -- and not financially-driven .
"Whatever the agreement will be, it will not be based on money," he said on the Today Show Monday. "What's best for the children is what Michael wanted and what has been happening: Mrs. Jackson to have custody of these children."
He said that Debbie Rowe, the biological mother to two of the three kids, has been "very thoughtful, very caring" and "very prudent" in her negotiations with the late Thriller singer's mother.
The attorney then confronted a rumors circulating around Jackson. He said executors went to court to get an allowance for Katherine and the kids only; that he believed the settlement could be wrapped up by next week, and declined comment on Jackson having a fourth child.
Said McMillan: "When I first met Michael, from the beginning, he said, "Make sure to take care of my children and my mother," and That's what we¹re going to do."