The Los Angeles Times had an interesting article this past weekend about the Michael Jackson Estate and a new legal hurdle it faces. The King of Pop certainly didn't do much to make it easy for his estate executors or his heirs. This development could add new fuel to the fire between his family and the music executive and lawyer in charge of his estate and trust.
As we've written extensively about before, Michael's mother, Katherine Jackson was in a nasty fight with the executors over control of the estate last year. That is, they were feuding until Katherine dropped the legal challenge and stepped aside. In fact, according to the LA Times article, she now feels executors John Branca and John McClain are doing "a very good job".
The problem is she believes that the cash allowance of $7,000 to $8,000 per month, which the pair gives her from the estate, is not enough. While the estate also pays other expenses for her as well as Michael's kids (adding up to millions of dollars, according to the estate's lawyer), Katherine wants more.