The lawyer for Michael Jackson's family says a will for the late pop star has been presented and is to be filed in court.
Attorney L. Londell McMillan says his clients are now aware of the will, and the late singer's advisers are looking for additional documents.
A court filing is expected.
The existence of a will, and the likely appointment of an executor, could complicate a petition by Jackson's mother Katherine to become the administrator of his estate.
In documents filed in Superior Court, Jackson's parents say they believes their 50-year-old son died without a valid will.