Hollywood Funeral for Mickey Rooney Set After Dispute Settled

PHOTO: Actor Mickey Rooney attends the AMPAS Presents The Last 70mm Film Festival Series - "Its A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" cast & crew reunion at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, July 9, 2012 in Beverly Hills, Calif. PlayAmanda Edwards/Getty Images
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An agreement has been reached on where to bury iconic actor Mickey Rooney, ABC News has confirmed.

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A dispute was settled Thursday between Rooney's estranged wife and his conservator, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Rooney died Sunday at age 93.

The conservator, Michael Augustine, filed papers Tuesday noting that Rooney's wife, Jan Chamberlin, and her son Chris Aber had attempted to move his body against the late actor's wishes. She wanted him buried at Westlake Village cemetery, where he bought plots during better times with his wife, while Augustine wanted to fulfill the actor’s wishes to be buried away from her after the couple had separated in 2012.

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Augustine said Rooney wanted to have a military funeral or be buried in Hollywood, about 30 minutes from Westlake.

The two sides were able to agree that Rooney will be buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Rooney's estate will bear all financial responsibility for the costs of these funeral arrangements, according to the court documents obtained by KABC.

Hollywood Forever Cemetery is the resting place to old Hollywood stars such as Jayne Mansfield, Mel Blanc and Cecil DeMille.

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“After thinking about it and praying about it, she decided, for the sake of his fans and peers, that it was befitting of him as a Hollywood figure,” Chamberlin's attorney Yevgeny Belous said via a statement.

The funeral will be private and open to family. The documents added that Chamberlin can attend, while Aber - who Rooney accused of elderly abuse in 2011 - is not permitted to attend.