Video Commentary on Michael Jackson Custody Situation

The custody issues surrounding the children of deceased pop star Michael Jackson were prominent topics this past week in Los Angeles as national and international news media sought family law analysis and commentary on the Michael Jackson custody situation. The family law offices of Feinberg & Waller, APC, fielded numerous queries from the media with regard to the complex custody issues that could potentially arise for Jackson’s three children, Prince Michael, Paris-Michael and Prince Michael II. The media sought Marshall W. Waller’s observations on family law matters, as he is a family law textbook author and a certified Family Law Specialist through the Board of Legal Specialization of the State Bar of California with more than 27 years of legal experience. He does not represent any of the parties in this custody situation.

A video interview of California Certified Family Law Specialist Marshall W. Waller focuses on potential legal questions surrounding custody of the Jackson children. The topical video addresses some interesting custody issues that pertain to the general public as well as the Jackson family. The Jackson situation gives rise to issues that can face every-day families coping with the death of a parent. Video topics include the following: Is it possible that Debra Rowe will be given custody of the children? How difficult is reunification with their mother if she has been out of the children’s lives? And, What happens if Katherine Jackson becomes incapacitated or passes away? The video can be found on YouTube at

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