Robert Rosen said the resting place is being kept confidential at the request of Brown's children. He said the burial may take place in the "next few days."
Brown died Christmas Day at age 73. His body is in a confidential location, said Charles Reid, manager of the C.A. Reid Funeral Home, which handled Brown's funeral.
He said he checked on Brown on Tuesday, opening the gold casket to view the body.
"I do that constantly," Reid said. "That's the only way I can actually check him ... go in, open the casket and close it. And he's fine."
Meanwhile, a judge in a ruling made public Tuesday said the trustees accused of mismanaging Brown's estate will keep handling his property and trust, but a special administrator will oversee their work.
The singer's six adult children claim the estate has been mismanaged, saying in court papers that some of Brown's assets were in danger of being "lost or dissipated or stolen.
The trust is said to contain most of Brown's primary assets, including music rights and his home, and is separate from Brown's will filed last week. The will called for personal possessions such as clothes, jewelry, boats and automobiles to be divided among the children.
Rosen said he and his client were pleased with the appointment.
Brown's attorney, trustee Buddy Dallas, said he was pleased and vindicated.
But it likely will not be the last hearing over the singer's estate.
"As long as there's a lawyer who can earn a fee, this will go on," Dallas said.
Attorneys for Brown's children did not immediately returns calls for comment Tuesday.