Mother of Michael Jackson has been appointed as a guardian while three children by a judge, Los Angeles, Monday, June 30, 2009 (30 / 6), four days after the death of the pop stars.
Beckloff has approved the appointment of Katherine Jackson, 79, based on the documents submitted by pengacaranya name. One petition asked the High Court of Los Angeles Katherina Jackson requested to be appointed as guardian of the child, Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, and Prince Michael II, 7.
Children were in care since their fathers death Jackson last week at the age of 50 years in Los Angeles. Further examination has been scheduled on August 3, several court officials said.
Londell McMillan family lawyers have confirmed, Sunday, Katherina Jackson akan enforce a claim for legal nurture children."She will ask for the protection of children. It is very pity them," McMillan said to CNN.
Guardianship papers for Michael Jackson's children have been filed, and Katherine Jackson -- the matriarch of the Jackson family -- wants to continue caring for the King of Pop's three children.
In the papers filed on Monday, Katherine says that she is currently caring for Jackson's three children: 'Prince' Michael Joseph (12), Paris Michael Katherine (11) and Prince Michael II (7). Katherine is also petitioning to take over the children's estate, which has an "unknown" value in the papers.
During a press conference on Monday, Joe Jackson explained why they're seeking guardianship of the children. "We're the parents. This is where they belong. We're going to take care of them and give them the education they're supposed to have."
Jackson went on to add that "Debbie Rowe has nothing to do with what we're doing," referencing the biological mother of the children. The filing lists the children as living at the Jacksons' family compound in the San Fernando Valley, northwest of Los Angeles.
"Minor children are currently residing with paternal grandmother," the filing states in an explanation of why Katherine Jackson should be appointed guardian. "They have a long established relationship with paternal grandmother and are comfortable in her care."
The filings provide no other declarations by Katherine Jackson, nor do they state whether Michael Jackson left a will.
The filings note that Deborah Rowe is the mother of the Jackson's two eldest children, but list her whereabouts as "unknown." An e-mail message sent to Rowe's attorney seeking comment wasn't immediately returned Monday morning.
For Michael Jackson's third child, nicknamed as Blanket, the filing states "None" for the mother. Londell McMillan, the Jacksons' attorney, said the family hasn't heard from Deborah Rowe, the mother of Jackson's two oldest children, about custody.
The lawyer for Michael Jackson's mother filed documents in court today, sounding the alarm that people up to no good will try and fleece Michael's estate. The court had apparently had enough concern to make Katherine the administrator of the estate pending a hearing next Monday.
Katherine's attorney, Burt Levitch, claims there are numerous bank accounts of Michael's that are being controlled by third parties. He says the bank accounts are used "to pay expenses of [Michael's] parents' home." Levitch says these bank accounts need to be controlled so third parties don't misspend the money.
Levitch also says there is worry about Michael's stake in the Sony-ATV Music Publishing Catalog -- which includes Beatles' works -- that Levitch says is the most important asset in the estate. Levitch says no one is now representing Michael's interests and he wants Katherine to step in her late son's shoes.
Levitch says at least one person is claiming to have a power of attorney to act on Michael's behalf. Although a power of attorney would have ended when Michael died, Levitch worries that not everyone knows that and assets could be misappropriated.
And the family is questioning whether a will really exists, because no one has informed them of that fact. We're told attorney John Branca, who was re-hired by Michael three weeks ago, is in possession of a will.
Katherine has the right under the order "to control tangible personal property currently in the physical possession of a third party, and to marshall and secure such assets."