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Judge grants extension to administrators of Michael Jackson's estate

Reuters reports that Michael Jackson’s financial affairs will remain in control of the administrators of his estate for a further three months. But Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff urged the administrators – attorney John Branca and businessman John McClain – to settle differences with the late singer’s mother, Katherine Jackson. She is a beneficiary of the estate along with Michael Jackson’s children and charities. Branca and McClain were given temporary control of the estate about two weeks after his death; they were co-executors of his 2002 will.