Lawyers for Jackson's mom seek info

July 28, 2009 12:09:38 PM PDT
The legal team for Michael Jackson's mother is aiming to press the special administrators of her son's estate for more information.

Lawyers for Katherine Jackson on Tuesday requested a judge give them the authority to move ahead and subpoena attorney John Branca and former music executive John McClain. They want to interview the men, who were named in Jackson's will as executors, and dig through their records.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff put off dealing with their request until Monday, when the judge will consider a wide range of matters.

They include whether the special administrators will continue their roles, and whether an allowance will be granted to Katherine and Jackson's three children.

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