Joe Jackson had taken legal action over Michael's estate after discovering that he had been written out of the Thriller star's will.
However Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff has today threw out the 80-year-old's objection on the grounds that the singer's wishes had be respected.
Judge Beckloff said : "I don't think he gets to step into this and create further litigation. Joe Jackson takes none of this estate. This is a decision his son made."
However, Joe Jackson's request to secure an allowance from the singer's estate has yet to be considered with a hearing on the matter for December 10.
Meanwhile, a lawyer acting for Jacko's mother Katherine Jackson confirmed she was ending her war with the executors appointed in her son's will.
"She wants the fighting to end and to get on with the business of making money for the estate and not spending money on these disputes," her attorney Adam Streisand told a judge.
The developments came as it was revealed Jackson's September funeral cost more than a $1million.
Court papers show the Jackson estate paid out $35,000 for the star's burial garments, along with $3,682 for framing of his photo and $21,455 for the hire of a restaurant for a wake.
The biggest outlay was a $855,730.31 contract with Forest Lawn Memorial Park for Jackson's final resting place.