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Jackson siblings deny money is at root of drama

Three of Michael Jackson's siblings vowed on Friday to keep up their fight to have the pop star's will thrown out, but denied their efforts were motivated by money. Janet, Randy and Rebbie Jackson said in an attorney's statement issued on their behalf that their aim was only to replace the executors of their brother's multimillion-dollar estate, who they accuse of mismanagement.


Joe Jackson accuses estate lawyers of fraud

On the eve of a hearing in the Michael Jackson estate, a lawyer for the singer's father filed a 60-page motion Monday that intensifies a bid to get money from his son's estate by making accusations of fraud against the administrators of his will.


Surprised Diana Ross Doesn't Want Responsibility of Jacko's

Son of Diana Ross tells friends his mom wasn't too thrilled about Jackson's decision to leave her kids.


Jackson’s Mother Removed as Administrator of Estate

A judge named two men listed as co-executors in Michael Jackson’s 2002 will as special administrators of the singer’s estate.


Report: Michael Jackson's 2002 Will Leaves Estate To Mother, Children & Charity

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Michael Jackson's will, reportedly drafted in 2002, is said to divide his assets between his mother, three children and one or more charities.

According to The Wall Street Journal, several sources close with the pop star said a lawyer for Jackson could submit the will - which is thought to be his last - to Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday.


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