Attorney John Branca claimed that he has a copy of the singer's last will and testament, while he intends to file it with the court, TMZ reports.
It is understood that the Jackson family does not have possession of this particular bequest, and it is unknown exactly how many of the legal documents the 'Beat It' star may have made. The lawyer said that the will in his custody is the most current.
The pair reportedly worked together until 2006. Prior to that, Branca had brokered the deal for Jackson to purchase The Beatles's publishing catalogue in 1985.
However, the 50-year-old is said to have hired him back on as his attorney three weeks prior to his death.
Earlier today, it was reported that a drug overdose is the most likely cause of Jackson's demise.