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LOS ANGELES — Attorneys handling Michael Jackson’s estate say they have asked a judge to approve an allowance for the singer’s three children and his mother.

LOS ANGELES — Attorneys handling Michael Jackson’s estate say they have asked a judge to approve an allowance for the singer’s three children and his mother. The request came Thursday morning from attorneys for two men who are serving as temporary executors of Jackson’s estate. Paul Gordon Hoffman, an attorney representing the co-executors, said a judge will consider the requests Aug. 3. A similar request was brought for the pop icon’s mother, Katherine Jackson, which will also be taken up at next month’s hearing. It is still unclear how much the children or their grandmother would receive, but the four are the main beneficiaries of Jackson’s estate. The children are currently being cared for by Katherine Jackson. ______ Copyright 2009 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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