*Michael Jackson’s estate administrators are seeking 10 percent of the profits they are able to generate from the late King of Pop’s work, court documents filed Friday show.

Attorney John Branca and music executive John McClain filed a motion asking a court to approve the payments, which would cover for a variety of services both men promise to provide.

The filings state that the 10 percent requested would not include any profits from the “This is It” documentary, nor Jackson’s interest the Sony/ATV music catalog or his own songs.

The men, according to the Associated Press, are seeking to become the co-executives and creative directors for a company that will oversee a business based on Jackson’s works.

As previously reported, today’s court filing also shows that Michael’s estate administrators are opposing a $15,000 monthly stipend for the singer’s father Joe Jackson.