Members of the Jackson's family have met with officials from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), and California Highway Patrol (CHP) on Tuesday afternoon to discuss plans about when and where Michael Jackson's funeral services to take place.

There has been intense speculation over Michael Jackson's funeral since he died on June 18 in UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles.

CHP spokeswoman Fran Clader confirmed the news and said details are still pending and will be released when final decisions have been made.

One potential site is Jackson's Neverland Ranch, which is located in the rolling hills of central California's wine country, about 150 miles northwest of Los Angeles.

He was 29 and at the height of his popularity when he bought the ranch, naming it after the mythical land of Peter Pan where he surrounded himself with animals, rides and children.

Officials from the local board of supervisors, the county executive and law enforcement met Tuesday to discuss the possibility of restricting parking along parts of Figueroa Mountain Road, which runs past Neverland.

County Executive William Boyer said the meeting was to prepare in case a public event was staged at the ranch, which would overwhelm the two-lane narrow road with media and fans. He said he was not in contact with the family and was not aware of their wishes.

It was unclear whether Jackson could be buried at the ranch.

California Funeral Directors Association executive director Bob Achermann said state law would prohibit Jackson's uncremated remains from being interred at Neverland.

The state's health and safety code makes interring any un-cremated remains outside of a cemetery a misdemeanor, he said.