Katherine Jackson's lawyer is making noise that Michael Jackson's will may not be valid because it wasn't notarized. That's simply not the case.
Katherine's lawyer, Londell McMillan, issued a statement referring to a "suspicious circle of relationships" and an "unnotarized will."
But here's the deal. In California, a will does not have to be notarized to be valid. In fact, most formal wills are not notarized.