Mickey Rooney‘s funeral is in question as his family fights for his remains. Rooney’s trustee Michael Augustine has asked the court to issue an order to prevent Mickey’s wife Jan Chamberlin from moving his body from the Forest Lawn Cemetery. The veteran actor passed away at 93 on Sunday from natural causes following a lengthy period of ill health. After his death, Jan and her son, Christopher Aber, attempted to move his body contrary to his written wishes. Mickey, 93, and Jan were separated since 2012 and Michael notes this in his court petition. As famous as the actor was for his numerous films, he didn’t have much money. His estate is valued at $18,000 and he was estranged from most of his children, including Mickey Rooney Jr. and Teddy Rooney, who were also child actors, with Teddy playing Mickey’s son in Andy Hardy Comes Home. The actor disinherited Jan and eight biological children, leaving everything to his stepson Mark. There will be a hearing on Friday to determine who will get custody of his body and make the funeral arrangements.