No Financial Gain for MJ Siblings from Will
By PAIGE FEIGENBAUM
August 03, 2012
The attorney representing Janet, Randy, and Rebbie Jackson just released a statement to ET stressing that his clients "stand to gain nothing financially by a finding that the will is invalid."
There has been dispute that the will Michael Jackson left behind is invalid because there is reportedly "irrefutable evidence" that the late entertainer was in New York on the date that the will was allegedly signed in California.
Three of Michael's siblings go on to say that they want to make sure their brother's wish of leaving his wealth to his children is fulfilled. They are seeking to replace the executors of the estate and settle the guardianship issues, "in a manner that is in the best interests of the children."
In court on Thursday, family matriarch Katherine Jackson was reinstated as a guardian of Michael's three children. In the new arrangement, she will share guardianship with TJ Jackson.