The Conservatorship Case Of Britney Spears Has Been Extended To February 2021
The conservatorship battle of Britney Spears is apparently going to last longer as per the court’s decision. The temporary letters of conservatorship are to be extended until February of 2021.
The Los Angeles judge made the verdict on Aug 19th at a status hearing. According to the ruling, Samuel Ingham, Britney’s attorney will be able to file a petition before 18th Sep and make it ready for a hearing on 14th October this year. The response also has to be filed before October 6th, 2020.
There have been talks about Britney wanting to make changes in the conservatorship recently. As per the court documents, she no longer wishes for her father Jamie Spears to resume the role of the conservator of her person and she wishes to make her temporary conservator Jodi Montgomery to become a permanent conservator soon. And according to the court documents, the famous pop star strongly wants a qualified corporate fiduciary to fulfill the role of the conservator of her estate.
Her lawyer stated in the court that the court must seek input from all the parties and go for ‘appropriate orders to facilitate the implementation’ of his client’s wish.
After her public breakdown in 2007, the Grammy award winner was put under the conservatorship in 2008. According to that conservatorship in 2008, her father Jamie Spears and Andrew M. Wallet were appointed as the permanent co-conservator of her estate and her person. The permanent letters of the conservatorship were officially issued as per the court’s document next year in 2009.
But Andrew M. Wallet resigned from the post in 2019 and thus her father Jamie was appointed as the sole conservator of the singer’s estate. And now it’s reported that Jamie has requested to the court for the appointment of Andrew in the role of co-conservator of the estate once again.
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