Michael Jackson's mother has fired the lawyers hired to represent her in her ongoing probate case.
Katherine Jackson has taken issue with some decisions made by the executors of her son's estate, John Branca and John MCCain, and has been locked in a court battle with the pair since the King of Pop's death in June (09).
She was left 40 per cent of the net value of the Thriller superstar's assets, but she has reportedly been fighting to have a say in all decisions made regarding the singer's estate.
However, Katherine is rumoured to be unhappy with the progress made in the case and has dismissed Burt Levitch from her team of lawyers.
Longtime family representative Londell MCMillan has also been sidelined in the probate case, although he insists he has not been fired completely.
Lawyer MCMillan tells TMZ.com, "I am not completely out."
The Jackson family matriarch, who was named the legal guardian of the singer's three kids, has yet to appoint new counsel.