Petitions from Britney Spears’ father to end guardianship
Britney Spears fighting to end her court-ordered trusteeship took a surprising turn moments ago when her father, Jamie Spears, who is the curator of her estate, filed a petition to end the trusteeship completely. arrangement.
Jamie not only asks to leave the Guardianship case, but instead asks the judge to end the arrangement altogether all together.
Jamie says the judge saw fit to allow Britney to hire her own lawyer, and if she is allowed to do so, there is no longer a legal basis for essentially enforcing guardianship.
“Recent events linked to this guardianship have called into question whether the circumstances have changed to such an extent that the grounds for establishing a guardianship may no longer exist,” the file indicates, according to several published reports.
In the record, Jamie says Britney’s circumstances have changed “to such an extent that the grounds for establishing guardianship may no longer exist.”
He even goes on to say in today’s petition that a new psychological assessment to end the guardianship is not legally necessary.
Spears, who is now 39, has been in guardianship for over 13 years. His explosive testimony on guardianship earlier this summer called for an immediate resolution of the case. Spears eventually won the right to hire his own lawyer.
The next hearing in the case is scheduled for September 19. Originally, Jamie was supposed to step down as her estate curator at this time. But this development could speed up Britney’s freedom a bit, legal experts say.
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