They wrote to the family lawyer, Albert Nixon, who was co-executor
with the Vicar of Blackstable for the late Henry Carey's estate, and asked him whether he would take Philip.
Lawyers for her son, Theodore White II told a Michigan judge last week in a court filing that he should be named co-executor
, or personal representative, along with Ms Owens.
Attorneys for Theodore White II last week told a Michigan judge in a court filing that White should be named co-executor
, or personal representative, along with Franklin's niece, Sabrina Owens.
"The Estate is in full support of Mr Ludot's efforts on behalf of Michael and his beloved fans in France and across the globe that the truth shall ultimately prevail," John Branca, co-executor
of the Estate of Michael Jackson, said in a statement.
of Jackson's estate says he's confident the late superstar's supporters will be able to protect his legacy and brand in the wake of HBO's "Leaving Neverland," a documentary detailing allegations of sexual abuse.
But a lifelong friend of Miss Dunkley's, and the co-executor
of her will, admitted she was surprised the home was being given to Cats Protection, but could understand the decision.
A life-long friend of Val's, and the co-executor
of her will, admitted she was surprised the home is being given to Cats Protection, but can understand the decision.
The documents revealed the couple had signed a pre-nuptial agreement in 1986 and Francesca was originally named co-executor
of the will along with Frederic.
A You could apply for probate and then wait for your co-executor
to raise objections as to its validity.
In some cases, said Kieffer, it's wise to name a corporate fiduciary as a co-executor
to provide the support the executor might need.
The seller, according to property records, was high-powered entertainment attorney John Branca, a co-executor
of Michael Jackson's estate.