Michael Jackson’s Will & Trust!!!

 

          As we all know, Michael Jackson supposedly had a will and trust.

          The will that was submitted to set up Michael Jackson’s estate was signed July 7, 2002 in Los Angeles, CA. However, in this will, it does not state his true birth name which is Michael Joe Jackson. Also, the signature looks forged. The reason why is that Michael Joe Jackson was in New York on that day with Al Sharpton. To put it plain and simple, Michael Jackson’s will is invalid because it does not state his true birth name and the signature was most likely forged. His will has to have his true birth name as well as other names he was known by. However, Michael Joe Jackson probably has another will under the name Michael Joe Jackson which would be a valid will because that will has his true birth name in it. But the will that was submitted to set up his estate is not valid. Once a will is found that has the name Michael Joe Jackson in it, the Jackson family can submit that which would override the will that is currently submitted.

          Now, Michael Jackson’s trust was signed in 1995. The trust also doesn’t state his true birth name. This trust could be valid or invalid. Michael Jackson probably does have another trust that has his true birth name in it which would override the trust that was submitted along with the will.

Published in: on August 1, 2012 at 1:42 PM  Leave a Comment  

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